“The guardianship system law is a slavery law which is applied on women,” she told me.
Like my father, he was a widower: he had one child, the almost infant Juliet, who was left under my father's guardianship.
He explained the necessity of it to Angelique, by speaking of the guardianship.
The feeling of guardianship, and the consciousness of his own duties towards his sister, made him think less of himself.
Her grandfather found her at last and took her under his guardianship.
To women has been granted the guardianship of the Life-Force.
At his death the mother is entitled to the guardianship and custody.
In accepting his guardianship, Mr. Raby struggled stoutly against two prejudices: Faraday was plain-looking and skeptical.
The ideas attendant on both are combined in the modern idea of guardianship.
You have solemnly devoted yourselves to be English soldiers, for the guardianship of England.