We became committed to rearing the world's first totally benevolent guardian dog.
Top of the list is the technical expertise and track record to be a credible guardian against inflation.
guardian proteins, found in all forms of life, keep a wide variety of cellular processes running smoothly.
We'll send a personalized card with instructions so a parent or guardian can help them create a map at their convenience.
If you raise livestock and fear herd loss, get a livestock guardian dog.
Don't forget to print a submission form and have your parent or guardian sign it.
If you didn't get the e-mail, your parent or guardian can send it to this link.
Each winner will bring a parent or guardian on the expedition.
Now millions of orphan books may get a new legal guardian.
Waldo in particular became a zealous guardian, chasing off curious locals who got wind of all the artifacts.
British Dictionary definitions for guardian
one who looks after, protects, or defends: the guardian of public morals
(law) someone legally appointed to manage the affairs of a person incapable of acting for himself, as a minor or person of unsound mind
(social welfare) (in England) a local authority, or person accepted by it, named under the Mental Health Act 1983 as having the powers to require a mentally disordered person to live at a specified place, attend for treatment, and be accessible to a doctor or social worker
(often capital) (in England) another word for custos
early 14c., garden; early 15c., gardein, from Anglo-French gardein (late 13c.), from Old French gardien "keeper, custodian," earlier guarden, from Frankish *warding- (see guard (n.)). Guardian angel is from 1630s.