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synonyms for conservator

  • curator
  • custodian
  • restorer
  • guardian
  • keeper
  • protector
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Archivists, conservators and experts provide more context to screenings, answering audience questions and talking about how their own work intersects with the films.
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If they succeeded, the find could be transported to Edinburgh, where it could be safely picked apart by conservators in a lab at the National Museum.
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When one loses the capacity to make decisions for oneself the court appoints a guardian, or conservator, to make those decisions.
FREEING BRITNEY REQUIRES RECONSIDERING HOW SOCIETY THINKS ABOUT DECISION-MAKING CAPACITYLGBTQ-EDITORJULY 30, 2021NO STRAIGHT NEWS
Wallet, the court-appointed lawyer, resigned as co-conservator in 2019, leaving Jamie Spears the sole conservator.
WHAT TO KNOW ABOUT BRITNEY SPEARS’S COURT BATTLE OVER HER CONSERVATORSHIPASHLEY FETTERSJULY 14, 2021WASHINGTON POST
In such cases, courts took basic freedoms from grown men and women and gave conservators sweeping power over their money and the smallest details of their lives.
THE INVESTIGATIVE REPORTING BEHIND AMERICA’S OBSESSION WITH BRITNEY SPEARS’ CONSERVATORSHIPBY ROBIN FIELDSJULY 13, 2021PROPUBLICA
However, the National Council on Disability has found that most guardianships for people with disabilities go way beyond that and give all of the conservatee’s rights to the appointed conservator.
HOW BRITNEY SPEARS' CASE COULD CHANGE THE FUTURE OF CONSERVATORSHIPABIGAIL ABRAMSJUNE 25, 2021TIME
She can’t get married and the conservators won’t let her remove her IUD so she can have another baby.
WHY DID IT TAKE SO LONG TO BELIEVE BRITNEY SPEARS?KEVIN FALLONJUNE 25, 2021THE DAILY BEAST
In March, Spears’s lawyer requested that Montgomery permanently assume the role of her conservator.
BRITNEY SPEARS REQUESTS TERMINATION OF HER CONSERVATORSHIP: ‘IT’S EMBARRASSING AND IT’S DEMORALIZING’ASHLEY FETTERSJUNE 23, 2021WASHINGTON POST
A judge can rule to remove a conservator if poor health or an illness prevents them from being able to execute their role, if other family members argue that they are no longer acting in the person’s best interest or if abuse is suspected.
SLAVE 4 U: BRITNEY SPEARS & CONSERVATORSHIPSEAN CULLIGANJUNE 21, 2021OZY
A conservator is scheduled to start treating the metal to eliminate rust and old paint.
CIVIL WAR CANNONS THAT MAY HAVE BEEN AT BATTLE OF BULL RUN GET NEW HOMEMICHAEL RUANEJUNE 16, 2021WASHINGTON POST
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WORDS RELATED TO CONSERVATOR

  • administrator
  • conservator
  • custodian
  • director
  • guardian
  • keeper
  • manager
  • steward
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