Definitions for "conservator"
A guardian or protector appointed by a court to manage the affairs of an individual...
One who preserves from injury or violation; a protector; a preserver.
Is a person appointed by the court to manage only the property and the finances of an incapacitated person or minor.
a judge delegated by the pope to defend certain privileged classes of Community Portal
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Prefecture officer who functions as a public defender
A conservator is concerned with the physical care and viability of objects or documents over the long term. His or her duties can include recommending and implementing proper object or document housing and storage, the reconstruction or restoration of objects or documents, and research on appropriate conservation treatments. Many repositories do not have in-house conservators, often because of the high costs of conservation itself. Conservators should have an M.A. or Ph.D. They often specialize in the care and conservation of a specific material or material class. Knowledge of other disciplines, like chemistry and art, is also essential.
A specialist who has undertaken advanced training in the repair, stabilisation and restoration of a work.
a professional whose primary occupation is the care, restoration and repair of objects, collections, specimens, structures or sites
the custodian of a collection (as a museum or library)
A Conservator has knowledge, education, training and experience in science, art and other fields. These skills are used to prolong the life of museum objects through a variety of specialized techniques. Back to text
An officer who has charge of preserving the public peace, as a justice or sheriff.
One who has an official charge of preserving the rights and privileges of a city, corporation, community, or estate.
an individual who preserves or repairs objects and specimens
Defense counsel. His/her role is to help criminals concede to the wisdom of the state and to prepare him/her to accept the inevitable-guilty verdict (execution).
Keywords:  keeper
Trained professional who treats objects to repair damage, maximize endurance, and minimize deterioration.
A professional whose primary occupation is the practice of conservation and who, through specialized education, knowledge, training and experience, formulates and implements all the activities of conservation in accordance with an ethical code.
An individual who practices, usually for insufficient salary, the art of conservation of materials, both artistic and architectural, in order to delay the natural process of decay.