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  • n. Plural form of guardian.


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  • The risk for removing the emotional responses for our guardians is that we cannot remove the legal and moral dimensions, either; otherwise, the only justification becomes effect.


  • Among works featured this year will be a terrifying pair of terra cotta guardians from the Chinese Tang dynasty 618-906 priced at 175,000 euros.

    Archive 2007-02-01

  • The phrase guardians of the people's health has almost been coined for them, and that is how they were visualized.

    Castro Addresses Family Doctor Congress

  • Still, the main guardians of minority opinion are the small independent weekly and monthly papers, and the book-publishing houses.

    As I Please

  • When his minority was expired, he called his guardians to account at law, and wrote orations against them.

    Stories of Achievement, Volume III (of 6) Orators and Reformers

  • They are, after all, trustees of the cultural heritage of mankind, which makes them by definition guardians of the universal values of civilization.

    Have Our Cultural Stewards Abandoned One of Their Own?

  • In addition, Ms. King says since the couple has two young children, they should do an estate plan that would name guardians for their children and trustees to manage the children's inheritance.

    The Game Plan

  • Janet Luna and three people identified as her guardians were named in a lawsuit filed Thursday in Los Angeles Superior Court.

    Archive 2007-02-04

  • It is true that the latter were occasionally called guardians of the canons, and that they often embodied these canons with the civil legislation of the Empire (see CONSTANTINOPLE,

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 1: Aachen-Assize

  • You have answered me, I replied: Well, and may we not further say that our guardians are the best of our citizens?

    The Republic by Plato ; translated by Benjamin Jowett


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