Where was the due diligence the IRS is, by law, responsible for when it appointed Madoff a custodian?
For his granddaughter, being a custodian of his legacy is a matter a pride—but also a burden.
She described arriving at school and hearing shots and seeing the principal and the custodian lying dead.
Both girls had witnessed the death of the principal and the custodian.
I looked at it from every corner of the room, and asked the custodian three times if he was sure this was the original.
Some of the American cases have been denied, on the ground that the custodian was not a servant.
And stopping before the lofty portal he said to the custodian: "Open this door without delay."
He was, so to speak, the custodian of the honour and prestige of the family.
All the sacred pipes belong to the Haga gens, though Haga, in ancient times, appointed the Ike-sab gens as the custodian of them.
For at that period of history, you must recall, the Church was the custodian of learning.