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protector

History a person who exercised royal authority during the minority, absence, or incapacity of the monarch

protector

[prə′tek·tər]
(electricity)
Device to protect equipment or personnel from high voltages or currents.
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Chronicle IN ASSOCIATION WITH THE PUNTER The North's best racing guide by a distance The Chronicle, Saturday, January 26, 2019 Happy Diva (9-2) earned some Black Type in the Lady Protectress Mares' Chase at Huntingdon.
After a string of consistent efforts, Happy Diva took her opportunity at Huntingdon last time when gamely holding off Magic Of Light to win the Listed Lady Protectress Chase.
JOCKEY Richard Patrick celebrated the biggest winner of his career at Huntingdon yesterday as Happy Diva went one better than 12 months ago in the Pertemps Lady Protectress Mares' Chase.
Lady Buttons has been quite the standard bearer for Phil Kirby and she should again be to the fore in the Pertemps Lady Protectress Mares' Chase at Huntingdon.
And Jessica Harrington, successful in the opener with odds-on favourite The Holy One (Robbie Power), confirmed that Magic Of Light - winner of the Grade 2 OLBG.com Mares Hurdle at Ascot on Saturday - is lodging in England with Paul Webber ahead of a tilt at the listed Pertemps Lady Protectress Mares Chase in Huntingdon on Friday.
Gregory Palamas, a Philokalic theologian, acknowledged that since he was a little child he had the Mother of God as a protectress and a defender and he wrote for her, after he had discovered her in the divine light, words of praise that are true theological masterpieces.
The image served as their protectress as it sailed for over two months to the country.
The image is made of black wood and has been the protectress of the faith welfare of the Filipino people for centuries now.
THURSDAY: Nicky Henderson has a big chance in Huntingdon's Listed Lady Protectress Mares' Chase.
Karant-Nunn examines emotional expression in the light of manuscript illustrations of Elector August I of Saxony's funeral, and Ronnie Po-Chia Hsia explores ritual aspects of the cult of Mazu, protectress of seafarers, encountered by Jesuit missionaries to China.
As a writer and director, Gerwig is a protectress of human complexity.
Spencer highlights portions of Harry Potter which possess similarities to classical tales, such as the use of "the scarred hero," "the siren song," "the nekuia," "the embassy to a withdrawn leader" and "Athena-Minerva (Professor Minerva McGonagall) as Protectress." Spencer also compares Harry to Heracles, Achilles, and Narcissus.