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a person who is legally responsible for the person or property of another considered by law to be incompetent to manage his or her affairs

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The controversy around Fox focused on who had the right to appoint and dismiss Catholic workhouse chaplains: the poor law commissioners and guardians, who claimed it by statute, or Dublin's Catholic archbishop, Paul Cullen.
The Secretary of State for Ireland, Cardwell, recommended that Fox be reinstated, and the board of guardians grudgingly assented.
Eight parents or guardians said, "The most important thing is for [my child] to finish school.
Another group of 8 parents or guardians made no reference to their child's future, despite probing.
Even under cases of plenary guardianship, case law has established that guardians may not restrict their ward's choices in such areas as sexual activity, birth control, sterilization/abortion, marriage, or divorce (Harnish v.
About half of the states do not require guardians to report to the courts on their wards' health and living conditions (Topolnicki, 1989).
It can be unsettling for a parent or guardian when a child is late coming home from school or misses an after-school activity.
Locate: When a parent or guardian requests the child's location, Sprint Family Locator uses GPS technology to pinpoint the location and display it on an interactive map, along with the street address and surrounding landmarks, on the parent's or guardian's phone or PC.
The Defywire Mobile Guardian Student Pick-up module is expected to cut the number of Nysmith administrators required to manage the pick-up process by more than half while significantly improving overall security.
These statements by their nature are estimates of future results only and involve substantial risks and uncertainties, including those detailed from time to time in Universal Guardian Holdings, Inc.
Stopping spam and combating viruses are two of the biggest challenges IT departments face today, and there is no sign that it's getting any better," said Mark Wojnowiak, Norlight's Mail Guardian product manager.
Through this simple interface, the customer defines how Norlight's Mail Guardian scans, scores, and tags e-mail identified as spam.
The report also indicates that the new Internet Guardians offer organizations comprehensive, flexible protection beyond that which is delivered by traditional firewalls.
He sets forth two reasons for assigning a guardian to a man: First, insofar as he is an individual "in this respect one angel may guard one man, or sometimes many angels may guard the one man".
National Guardian has developed a national footprint that enables the Company to differentiate itself in an attractive segment of the security industry," said Mitchell Hollin, a Partner at LLR.