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Synonyms for caretaker

Synonyms for caretaker

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

Words related to caretaker

a custodian who is hired to take care of something (property or a person)

an official who performs the duties of an office temporarily

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Fifty-four animal caretakers from 5 zoos participated in the survey; 42 of the caretakers were responsible for NHPs and 12 for animals other than NHPs.
Even children - mostly the sons and daughters of caretakers - also enter the job especially on All Saints' Day and All Souls' Day at the Barangka Cemetery.
ISLAMABAD -- Key former ministers from the 2013 caretaker government, newly elected federal and provincial parliamentarians and civil society representatives were on same page in demanding clear guidelines and well defined laws that explain the mandate, functioning and neutrality of future caretaker governments.
FBR officials maintain that the non approval of the tax amnesty scheme contributed to low revenue collection and that the caretakers will have to approve a bigger taxation proposal to mobilize resources for 2013-14.
By training caretakers so they can undertake more maintenance work the council saves a lot of money, as well as providing a much better service.
Greater use of schools for community use is restricting the ability of caretakers to take their holidays
Once the caretakers agreed to participate in the interviews, a time and place were scheduled to have the interview.
The question now is, what does the council intend to do about the endless work covered by the community caretakers - and at what cost?
CARETAKERS at Huddersfield Technical College have started an indefinite strike over cash today.
Blyth Valley Borough Council's housing company has taken on three new caretakers to provide assistance to the existing caretaker.
Of equal importance has been the question of what kind of knowledge is mirrored back to us, the caretakers, about ourselves that will help us to grow intellectually and spiritually through this process of death.
These ads celebrated farmers' role as caretakers of the soil.
Johnson accomplishes this through his team of hospice caretakers - a nurse who regularly checks his vital signs and level of comfort and a personal care attendant who helps him shower.
Seldom are caretakers involved as experts in areas in which they indeed have expertise.
Many people who don't have a homestead of their own are happily and contentedly living life "beyond the sidewalks" by working as caretakers.