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  • n  the position of custodian

  • The Iraq war has challenged the conservative movement's custodianship of America's place in the world, as well as its claim to competence.
  • We came up with a very creative idea for Israel to withdraw and put it under the custodianship of the United Nations.
  • At one point, Bilbo, the Hobbit whose accidental custodianship of the ring would lead to the War of Middle-Earth, plaintively asks, Dont adventures ever have an end?.
News & Articles

  • Mandela family disputes over graves to reality TV mar legacy
    JOHANNESBURG — As Nelson Mandela lies in critical condition in a Pretoria hospital, his family is cashing in on his legacy and fighting over custodianship of his brand and assets worth millions of dollars.        
    July 17, 2013 - Boston Globe
  • Mandela Family Disputes Mar His Legacy
    As Nelson Mandela lies in critical condition in a Pretoria hospital, his family is cashing in on his legacy and fighting over custodianship of his brand and assets worth millions of dollars.
    July 16, 2013 - Bloomberg
Quotes

  • Simon Jenkins in guardian.co.uk
    While conceding that he was "probably more of an old buildings man", Jenkins said: "Under Fiona the direction of the trust has largely been resolved, with the future of the countryside as its more creative area, rather than custodianship of...

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