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caretaker

Social welfare a person who takes care of a vulnerable person, often a close relative
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Almost without exception, directors of successful resident camps say the one person indispensable to their operation is the caretaker.
Since the first Cabinet was formed in Lebanon, the country has passed numerous periods of caretaker status.
Former caretaker Law Minister Ahmer Bilal Soofi said that the caretaker government succeeded in smooth transition and transfer of power despite many fears which loomed over the caretaker government that the elections will be postponed on the pretext of law and order situation.
The executives of PIA said the airlines has been made special target as caretaker government proposed the name of Brig (Retd) Ishaq for the slot of Director Vigilance and Col (R) Mazhar Iqbal for the post of General Manager.
While talking to the Minister for Information, the Prime Minister said that the primary task of the caretaker government was the holding of free, fair and transparent elections in the country and thanked God that the task had successfully been accomplished.
A caretaker may live alone on the property of an absentee landowner.
Bulgariaas caretaker Prime Minister suggested that the caretaker government had taken steps to make sure that its successor would have a smooth start of its term in office.
BEIRUT: Caretaker Information Minister Walid Daouk asked the Press Federation and the Journalists' Union to take the necessary legal measures against the editor of Ad-Diyar newspaper for slandering the caretaker prime minister.
A report in Wednesday's Daily Mirror stated that the caretaker at a block of flats where Gillian Shephard, Secretary of State for Education and Employment, was said to live had been arrested on firearms charges.
Australia was considered free of rabies and the rabieslike viruses of the genus Lyssavirus until the recognition in 1996 of Australian bat lyssavirus (ABL) as the cause of a rabieslike disease in a black flying fox (Pteropus alecto)(1) and a wildlife caretaker (2).
Sylvia said: "I used to come into school when mum was caretaker, so maybe I got the idea about being a caretaker right back then.
With the help of his hospice team, Johnson is able to spend his remaining days at his Pueblo Drive home with his mother, Karen, who remains his primary caretaker, instead of in a convalescent facility.