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Synonyms for conservator

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 custodian of a collection (as a museum or library)

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someone appointed by a court to assume responsibility for the interests of a minor or incompetent person

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The museum's 20 conservators work to clean, stabilise, restore and investigate everything from huge working machines to microfossils, oil paintings to photographs, Viking swords to mobile phones, and harps to 18th century ballgowns.
SUKKUR -- Chief Conservator Sindh Javed Ahmed Mahar has said that the focus of the Sindh Wildlife Department is on halting wildlife trafficking.
NCVMA will award $5,000 to the Conservators Center in 2015, and the organization will have the opportunity to reapply for the grant in 2016.
Stanislav Georgiev Lyutov and Elena Zdravkova Kostadinchev, who were until now conservators at Credit Agricole Bulgaria EAD, were appointed conservators at KTB AD.
The discovery was made by conservators who dug around the old toilet as the surrounding area was prepared for restoration.
The Conservators pressed on with moves to boot out Mr Redmond in the face of a global Facebook campaign to save the cafe and an online petition signed by almost 2,000 supporters.
COURT papers show Britney Spears ex manager Sam Lutfi wants the pop princess to give evidence in his defamation lawsuit but her conservators claim she's "mentally incapable" She was put under a conservatorship after a downward spiral in 2008 that saw her hospitalised and put on a mental hold.
Their latest contributions include a donation of 1287 pairs of shoes to the Haitian earthquake survivors, as well as a combined contribution of $7747 to the Conservators Center outside of Mebane, NC.
Frescoes and sculptures usually in the shadows are brightly illuminated with broad-spectrum lights as, with a steady hand, conservators cautiously clean, repair, and inpaint under the eyes of curious onlookers.
While he is concerned with the work of conservators and the rationale behind their work, he is more interested with how things are saved and for whom.
What is the role of museums and art conservators in preserving it?
New laws meant to protect those who can't care for themselves from being bilked by conservators are swamping California's court system amid a lack of state funding that is forcing many courts to tap into already thin reserves to handle the increased workload.
Conservators and archeologists around the world recently heaved a collective sigh of relief when Rohm and Haas Company announced that it would continue to produce its Paraloid[TM] family of acrylic resins.
Conservators can also consult with doctors on medication options but the patient can refuse recommendations.
Conservators have been working on the mummy to prepare him for a year-long tour of Japan organised by the university, Eton College and newspaper Tokyo Shimbum.