guardian angel


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guardian angel

believed to protect a particular person. [Folklore: Misc.]
See: Angel

guardian angel

term for Christian namesake who watches over a young child. [Christianity: Misc.]
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We have the same audience but I'm just trying to introduce him to those who didn't know him," Guardian Angel said.
Following the merger, the two Guardian Angel offices will remain open and all employees will continue to serve its membership.
Emma said: "We hope Jim's 'hope Jim's W 'guardian angel' comes forward so he can say a personal thanks for his efforts."
The driver stops the car safely, only to see the family's guardian angel appear between the driver's two children in the back seat moments too late.
A funeral Mass was celebrated on Friday, April 25, at 10 a.m., in the Church of the Guardian Angel, 320 Franklin Turnpike, Allendale, N.J.
They are found bedraggled and starving by Moutier, a soldier, and taken to The Guardian Angel Inn, where the widowed Madame Blidot and her sister Elfy take them in.
"From the first night we met, Dan was like my guardian angel because he always seemed to know what to do in a crisis...
CONFLICT J Student Sam and finance manager Alan TRAIN CLASH J Alan tackles Sam on Friday and, far right, a beret-wearing Guardian Angel on subway patrol
NEARLY one in three Britons believe they have a guardian angel watching over them, according to a survey published today.
In her book, My Whispering Angels, she writes about her experiences, and says everyone can talk to their guardian angel.
BEST LONGSHOT A forecast outsider who could be primed to outrun its likely odds OUR GUARDIAN ANGEL can cause a shock in the opening maiden hurdle at Fontwell (2.00), writes Dave Revers.
The theme may not be a new one - a murdered man returning to earth as a guardian angel - but Williams gives it his own distinctive touch.