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You start creating roles like “data steward” and “data custodian” to handle internal requests.
“A lot of people take a smaller vessel like mine, because it’s going to be just them and myself, the cook, and steward,” said Alaska Luxury Cruises captain and owner Jeff Gorton, adding that demand has been so high, his season is almost sold out.
The players are the essential ingredient, yet for some reason, coaches have become the stars, not the stewards.
Technology companies have proven to be poor stewards of our personal data.
While EA has been a decent steward of the Star Wars franchise, its storytelling in cutscenes left a bit to be desired, mostly because of how flat the “realism” of the world looked.
"Give us a table upstairs alone," said Nigel to the head-steward, putting something into his hand.
BELLA DONNAROBERT HICHENS
The hospital is in charge of a steward appointed by the governor, and is administered by the Order of St. Francis.
The steward who has charge of it is appointed by the governor, and religious of the Order of St. Francis conduct it.
The steward is a fisherman—a fisherman being very useful as a weather prophet.
The steward, a young mulatto, had contracted the bad habit of indulging too much in liquor.

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