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trustee

A person entrusted to perform a particular task.
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trustee

Vox populi A person entrusted to perform a particular task. See Health information.
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Jammu and Kashmir - a disputed territory since the partition of the Indian sub-continent, duly recognised by the UN Security Council resolutions 39 and 48 passed on January 20, 1948, and April 21, 1948, respectively - can be placed under the Trusteeship Council for 10 years of administration.
One of the most successful and most recent examples of UN political trusteeship is the UN Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo (UNMIK).
Dr Cirino Hiteng, one of the former political detainees who is also a signatory to the peace agreement, believes that it is only a UN Trusteeship that can rescue South Sudan from its current crisis, since experience has proved that Kiir and Machar cannot work together--yet there would be no peace without an all-inclusive government that also includes the former vice president.
The United States, however, retorted that such a demand constituted a breach of the "American concept of democracy" and that opposition to the trusteeship rule was a rightful reaction from Koreans.
The point is that the bodies of trusteeship and guardianship are obliged to investigate the life of a child as well as of a person
In summer 2008, SEIU began monitoring UHW activity and when it announced that trusteeship hearings were scheduled for September, the union bombarded UHW members with mailings, robo-calls, personal visits and threats.
The principle of trusteeship implies the need for an intergenerational perspective in which the well-being of future generations is taken into account at all levels of decision-making.
Gandhi was pro-business, Sitharaman explains, but advocated a "trusteeship" concept whereby enterprises would focus on the broader social good as well as the bottom line.
The transfer of a charity trusteeship could signify the redevelopment of a well-known landmark in Monmouth.
The promoter group firm revoked 1,19,35,331 shares each from IL&FS Trust Company and IDBI Trusteeship Services, 1,07,41,798 shares have been revoked from Axis Trustee Services, Hero Honda said.
By identifying this historical process and examining struggles over the terms of its unfolding, Ritu Birla asks readers both to reconsider the relationship between nationalist idioms like "trusteeship" and to rethink the role of "the social worlds of capital" in the making of colonial modernity (233).
Jordan Ahli Bank is licensed to act as Issuance Manager, Issuance Trusteeship, Investment Manager, Investment Trusteeship, Custodian, Financial Advisor, Paying Agent and Registrar.