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conservator

(kon-ser'va-tor)
A person appointed by the courts to manage the affairs of another person (called the conservatee), esp. if there is strong evidence that the conservatee is incapable of managing his or her own affairs.
See: guardianship
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For more information on the Conservators Center, visit http://conservatorscenter.
Unfortunately he used a very irreversible material--epoxy has a very high property for attaching and is used on metal or stone but I think it wasn't suitable for an outstanding object like Tutankhamun's golden mask," said one conservator.
Hristina Ivanova Stamova, conservator at KTB AD, was appointed conservator at Credit Agricole Bulgaria EAD, together with Bozhidar Ivanov Arshinkov, who replaced Slaviana Stoilova Danailova-Veleva.
Fontainbleau Palace's conservator Vincent Droguet said he noted a finish of white and green, Catherine's colours, when the grime was cleaned off the pin.
The Conservators have launched their own internal inquiry into the affair but supporters of Mr Redmond, who opened the cafe in 1990, fear it will be a whitewash.
On the flip side, promoters of the practice feel that it enables conservators to forge a new connection with the public, which in turn increases awareness of the importance of conservation.
In "Materials Matter: Challenges in the Fabrication and Conservation of Public Art," Marie Laibinis-Craft, an objects conservator in Portland, will review some of the challenges conservators face in preserving outdoor public art.
The scheme is a groundbreaking initiative by conservators at Durham University Library to roll out expertise and training to small museums and libraries all over the North-east.
They discovered that conservators were fleecing the elderly people they were assigned to protect.
Conservators found here should be both ethical and professional.
Conservators had noticed that some paintings using crocoite have become discolored, but researchers hadn't pinned down the cause.