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custodian

1. a person who has custody, as of a prisoner, ward, etc.
2. a guardian or keeper, as of an art collection, etc.
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After Khoie Properties was deemed to be insolvent, a local court appointed Rakeen with legal custodianship. The consent needed from Khoie for the development's receivership was subsequently withdrawn.
The general consensus demonstrated by parliamentarians at this point, indicate willingness on their part to transit into such detente prone to restore people's trust in the custodianship of state institutions, designated-PM retorted.
1981: Picasso's Guernica returned to Spain after 40 years custodianship in the US.
During a meeting with Jordan's Ambassador to Palestine, Mohammed Abu Wandi, al-Hidmi underscored that the Hashemite custodianship over the Islamic and Christian holy sites in occupied Jerusalem contributes to protecting them from Israeli settlers and Israel's "racist schemes." Al-Hidmi briefed Abu Wandi on the latest developments in occupied Jerusalem and the Israeli unabated violations against the city and its holy sites, including Israeli raids on the Al-Aqsa Mosque/ Haram Al Sharif.
Chr was responsible for the northern region of Lebanon during Syrian custodianship when Al Tabbaneh massacre took place in 1986 and over six hundred people were killed in the ensuing violence.
The council's collection of paintings, prints and drawings will transfer to a new art gallery in Rugby town centre at the end of the year, ending the Warwick University's 15-year custodianship.
Al-Masri said that the Arab nation is witnessing many conflicts and that Jordan is exposed to "many plots that aim to liquidate the Palestinian cause and disregard international legitimacy." "We stand in support of His Majesty the King against anyone who tries to obliterate the Palestinian identity or deny the rights of the Palestinian people to set up their sovereign state with Jerusalem as its capital," he said, stressing the Hashemite custodianship over the city's sanctities.
The Government's Retained Organs Commission today published a consultation document seeking views on the proper management and custodianship of human organs and tissue removed during post-mortem examinations.
28 (Petra) -- Kuwaiti Ambassador to Jordan Aziz Aldehani said his country, under the directives of Emir Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, supports the Hashemite custodianship over Islamic and Christian holy sites in Jerusalem.
The PM and, in a press release from the Government Serail, stressed continued embodiment of the values of liberty and democracy by the Lebanese press and merited thus the appellation of custodianship of the essential Arab Spring.
For his part, Shalaldeh highlighted the Palestinian-Jordanian deep-rooted and historic ties, commending Jordan's leadership and people for their role in defending the Palestinian cause, as well as the Hashemite custodianship over the holy sites in occupied Jerusalem and the Palestinian rights at all international platforms.
"Patriarch Sfeir always reinforced the constants of Bkerke, which are consistent with those of Lebanon and refused custodianship, as he was the founder of the Cedar Revolution," he said.