OTHER WORDS FROM custodiancus·to·di·an·ship, noun
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Belshe adds that the biggest crypto custodians, which also include Fidelity and Coinbase, will play a key role in working to ensure crypto continues to gain a foothold in mainstream finance.Crypto firm BitGo touts record assets as PayPal deal falls through|Jeff|December 23, 2020|Fortune
Every evening, while Durga finished work, Mertens — who also started that year as a custodian — cleaned her classroom after he was finished with his other tasks, including sweeping the cafeteria and replenishing toilet paper.A third-grade teacher in Minnesota donated a kidney to her school’s custodian|Kyle Melnick|December 2, 2020|Washington Post
For nearly six months, the rattling of cleaning carts and the pitter-patter of a skeleton crew of custodians were the only sounds at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.The herculean effort it takes to maintain the Met museum during a lockdown|Anne Quito|September 25, 2020|Quartz
Our work as corporate custodians should extend beyond our companies as well.3 ways to make sure corporate diversity and inclusion efforts have a lasting impact|matthewheimer|August 31, 2020|Fortune
One employee reported Carson would frequently send him photos of things needing custodian attention at school campuses.Accusations Flew, Then National School District Official Got Paid to Resign|Ashly McGlone|July 20, 2020|Voice of San Diego
In Britain, the state has been a very poor custodian of children vulnerable to sexual predators.The Castration of Alan Turing, Britain’s Code-Breaking WWII Hero|Clive Irving|November 29, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Michael Suchar, age 56, school custodian, went to the aid of Mr. Wragg and was also shot.
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.
For his granddaughter, being a custodian of his legacy is a matter a pride—but also a burden.
The custodian's booth was closed, but there was a small gate in the great entrance and we walked in.
A single winding footpath leads to the grim old gateway, and we rang the bell many times before the custodian admitted us.
Just in front of it is the cottage of the old custodian, who seemed considerably troubled by our application to visit the ruins.
This is open to visitors and we were shown every part of the house by the tenant, who is also custodian.
It is not, however, open to much doubt that the Department was not a very successful custodian of the trade autonomy principle.A History of Trade Unionism in the United States|Selig Perlman