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  • n. Plural form of guarantor.

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Examples

  • Among the names on my first list of guarantors is that of Sir Frederic Burton, painter, and for many years Director of the National Gallery in Trafalgar Square.

    Our Irish Theatre: A Chapter of Autobiography

  • Sevastopol, will increasingly shift to using Ukrainian providers for essential goods and services, thus making Russian taxpayers the long-term guarantors of the region's economic prosperity.

    OpEdNews

  • While this critique is justified, from the perspective of the CPA's international "guarantors" -- nations such as the United States who committed to help the Sudanese parties implement the peace agreement -- the possibility that the North is arming militias to destabilize the South is a cause for increasing concern as Sudan hurtles toward elections that could further ignite both North-South and South-South tensions.

    John Prendergast: Field Dispatch: Jonglei, Southern Sudan

  • Third, after nearly a year of negotiations, the Colom administration reached agreement on a national justice and security pact with Guatemalan civil society and the guarantors are the Human Rights Ombudsman, the Catholic Cardinal, and the Bishop of the Evangelical church and the Rector of the San Carlos University.

    Crisis Group

  • The report issued Wednesday called on the "guarantors" of the peace agreement -- including the African Union, U.S. government and European Union -- to intensify their efforts to prepare for the two referenda, provide technical assistance for the Sudanese oil negotiations and consider finding new resources for the country.

    Sudan is on the brink, advocacy groups warn

  • First we had the "there's more to come" sparking speculation and rumours about multiple defections, now we have him suggesting that Cameron's leadership is hanging in the balance because of David Davis' comment about how he and Hague are "guarantors" of Tory policy.

    Archive 2007-07-01

  • Mr Adams said the British and Irish governments must act as "guarantors" of a deal, "not referees".

    ireland.com Breaking News

  • Subsequent to December 31, 2009, we noted that certain of our subsidiaries identified as guarantors in our financial statements did not have requisite guarantees filed with the trustee as required under the terms of the indentures (the

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • Room for foreign governments - especially the so-called "guarantors" of the CPA (the U.S.,

    Columbia Missourian: Latest Articles

  • To pay off the 20%, the EFSF has to turn to Germany and other guarantors for real money.

    Tussle Over EFSF Far From Over

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