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pro·tec·tor

(prō-tek'tŏr),
A cover or shield.
[L.L. protectus from pp. protegere, to protect, to cover over]

protector

/pro·tec·tor/ (-tek´ter) a substance in a catalyst that prolongs the rate of activity in the latter.

pro·tec·tor

(prŏ-tek'tŏr)
A cover or shield.
[L.L. protectus from pp. protegere, to protect, to cover over]
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Cromwell was made Lord Protector of England, Scotland and Ireland on December 16, 1653, and from then on he signed his name Oliver P - for Oliver Protector.
The miniature is one of just a handful of portraits of the Lord Protector completed during his lifetime and believed to be the most important.
It would be disappointing if Lord Protector didn't figure in the finish.
But for the most part variations are more striking than similarities and they point to essential differences between the Lord Protector and the court of Charles II.
55) this afternoon could prove me wrong though, because the well-fancied Lord Protector hasn't been in the Mediterranean for the sun tan and the beer - he's been earning his keep for Eddie Creighton and may well have a fitness and condition edge.
And it is Lord Protector who can register a rare British win for Spanish-based trainer Eddie Creighton.
Betting: 5-2 Adiemus, 10 Attache, Faithful Warrior, 11 Banjo Bay, I Cried For You, Nimello 14 Dayglow Dancer, 16 Lord Protector, Scotty's Future, 18 Atlantic Ace, 20 bar.
1653: Oliver Cromwell made himself Lord Protector, becoming a king in all but name for the next four years.
He could take on Oliver Cromwell's old title of Lord Protector, with a seat in the Upper House as Baron Campbell of Spin.
Creighton, who is pinning his hopes on Lord Protector making the cut for Saturday's Freephone Stanley Lincoln, expects to saddle three-year-old Mejhar in a conditions race on the same day and Noels Ganador in Thursday's Doncaster Mile.
The teacher said he gave me two of those for writing my name correctly'' -- Actor Colin FirthDaily countdown 246th: Day of the year 113: Days to Christmas DayDied on this day1658: Oliver Cromwell, Lord Protector.