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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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Arbuthnot said: "I feared the worst for Lord Protector when the draw was made on Thursday, but I can't complain about the way things have turned out.
Asked what stories Tinio relayed that made it believable he was not a drug lord protector, Lacson said that the general once declined a P5 million offer to drop charges against an arrested big time drug trafficker in Bulacan.
1653: New ruler Oliver Cromwell made himself Lord Protector, becoming an uncrowned king for the next four years.
1653: Oliver Cromwell made himself Lord Protector, becoming a New Model Army-backed military dictator and king in all but name for the next four years.
Who succeeded Oliver Cromwell as Lord Protector of England?
He led the Roundhead army to victory over the Royalists during the English Civil War and became Lord Protector during the only period in history when this country was a republic.
A letter written by the Lord Protector has just sold for pounds 84,000, five times more than expected.
John Egan, rider of Lord Protector, said: "It is very sticky, gluey ground - it needs some rain.
Runners from the far-side group dominated the finish for the fourth year running, with sixth-placed Norton the first horse home on the stands' side - one place ahead of the winner's shorter-priced stablecompanion Lord Protector.
Charles's burial in 1649, as Lois Potter says, was an austere affair, costing a fraction of what his father James I's funeral had cost or wh at Lord Protector Cromwell's funeral would cost, and no period of mourning was prescribed by the regime then in power.
1653: Monarchy was abolished - military strongman Oliver Cromwell ruled as Lord Protector.
After his marriage to Margaret of Anjou, Henry is dominated by the queen and the duke of Suffolk, who plot the overthrow of the lord protector, Humphrey, the duke of Gloucester, by convicting Humphrey's wife, the duchess of Gloucester, of sorcery, and thus forcing his shameful retirement.