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One who prevents interference
A device or mechanism which is designed to protect
Someone who protects or guards, by assignment or on his own initiative
A state or other subject under international law, exercising a protectorate over another subject in international law

I stand before you in the spirit of pure public service — not as a protector of the status quo, but as an agent of change. –Jon Huntsman, Jr.

a defender
{n} a defender, helper, support, regent
is the person who makes sure it all goes according to your plan
A mechanism which is designed to protect
  In telecommunications systems, a device used to protect facilities and equipment from abnormally high voltages or currents (188)  Note 1: A protector may contain arresters   Note 2: Protectors may be designed to operate on short-duration phenomena, or long-duration phenomena   The duration should be specified
a defender; a guardian; a patron
A device that limits damaging voltages on metallic conductors
Person or entity that oversees the trustee The protector is usually a long standing friend of the family of the grantor protectors must be close enough to help with trust matters but removed enough so that the IRS or other taxing authority can't claim that the grantor really has control of the trust via the protector The purpose of the protector is to ensure that the trustee give effect to the intent of the grantor because the wishes of the grantor are usually well known to the protector That's why protectors usually have the power to replace trustees
One having the care of the kingdom during the king's minority; a regent
a person who cares for persons or property
Someone who protects or guards,by assignment or on his own initiative
Person(s) designated to watch over the trustee's administration of the trust assets May have power to remove and/or appoint a trustee
A protector is a device that protects someone or something from physical harm. He was the only National League umpire to wear an outside chest protector. Lord Protector. someone or something that protects someone or something else
If you refer to someone as your protector, you mean that they protect you from being harmed. Many mothers see their son as a potential protector and provider
{i} one who protects others, defender; guard, keeper, preserver
A cardinal, from one of the more considerable Roman Catholic nations, who looks after the interests of his people at Rome; also, a cardinal who has the same relation to a college, religious order, etc
A dust cover for the Fair Linen The Protector is removed for a cele- radon of Holy Eucharist
One who, or that which, defends or shields from injury, evil, oppression, etc
A person appointed by the settlor/grantor of a trust, who has limited powers to control the trustee The protector usually has the right to change trustees
Device used to limit damaging foreign voltages and currents on metallic telecommunications conductors and equipment
edge protector
An angle piece fitted over the edge of boxes, crates, bundles, and other packages to prevent the pressure from metal bands or other types from cutting into the package
lord protector
English rendering of vidame
lord protector
Title of the regent for the king(dom) of England and/or king(dom) of Scotland
lord protector
English rendering of temporary regent, acting for the absent monarchic head of state
lord protector
Title of the head of state of the Commonwealth (republic) which replaced the British monarchy during the parliamentarian supremacy after the execution of the Stuart king, only born by Oliver Cromwell and by his son and designated heir Richard Cromwell, followed by the restoration of the kingdom
pocket protector
A sheath, usually of plastic, designed to fit in a shirt pocket and hold pens and other small implements, preventing them from tearing or staining the shirt
sheet protector
A clear plastic sleeve for documents
surge protector
A surge protector is an appliance designed to protect electrical devices from voltage spikes. Surge protectors attempt to regulate the voltage supplied to an electric device by either blocking or shorting to ground voltage above a safe threshold. An outlet strip is sometimes miscalled a surge protector, but provides no such protection
Lord Protector
the title used by Oliver Cromwell and later by his son Richard Cromwell when they were in charge of the government of Britain at the time when it was a republic (1649-59)
chest protector
protective garment consisting of a pad worn in baseball by catchers and by football players
lord protector
{i} title given to the head of state during the Commonwealth period in England Scotland and Ireland
plural of protector
surge protector
A device placed between any computer component and the source of current (or other signals) feeding that component n order to protect the sensitive electronic currents from bursts of power that come through the electric lines (or other sources)
surge protector
A power control unit that protects your computer's circuits from harmful electrical spikes that may damage its operation Recommended surge protectors include an outlet for a telephone/modem jack Electrical spikes can occur through telephone wires
surge protector
MOV (Metal Oxide Varistor) or special RC networks designed to clip or absorb voltage transients form an incoming AC source
surge protector
A device between your computer and the power source which controls power surges
surge protector
device that blocks power spikes
surge protector
A device, usually in the form of a multi-plug bar, that protects your computer from being damaged by power surges
surge protector
electrical device inserted in a power line to protect equipment from sudden fluctuations in current
surge protector
Device separating the computer from the power source of the wall outlet When a voltage surge occurs, a circuit breaker is activated, protecting the computer system
surge protector
A protective device that you plug your computer and peripheral power cables into, a surge protector collects and harmlessly dissipates most power surges or spikes, preventing the excess power from damaging your hardware Most people think a surge protector will protect against an extreme power surge, such as that caused by lightning, but this is not true During an electrical storm it's safest to unplug your hardware from the AC outlets Related terms: Peripheral, Power surge, Hardware
surge protector
A portable device containing electrical outlets that protects equipment plugged into it from a surge in current
surge protector
A power bar designed to protect computers from power spikes and surges
surge protector
A device that filters out high-voltage surges and protects equipment from damage
surge protector
A device inserted in the alternating current (AC) utility line and/or telephone line to prevent damage to electronic equipment from voltage "spikes," called transients (See 51)
surge protector
A device that protects a power supply and communications lines from electrical surges All computers come with some surge protection built into the power supply, but it is a good idea to purchase a separate device
surge protector
Special mains plug that protects the computer system from sudden surges of electricity
surge protector
A device that protects computer equipment from being damaged by variations, such a spikes during electrical storms, in electrical current
surge protector
A device for protecting computers and computer devices from power surges Surge protectors collect and harmlessly diffuse the excess current Installation is simple - instead of plugging your computer into the wall outlet, you plug the surge protector into the outlet and plug the computer into the surge protector See power surge SVGA or SuperVGA - An acronym for Super Video Graphics Array, a video standard for providing high - resolution color on computer monitors Nearly all monitors sold today adhere to it The 1024 by 768 resolution is the most commonly specified SVGA standard - you'll find it on most personal computers sold today A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
surge protector
A unit that protects attached devices from sudden deprivation of power or electrical spikes Often they can provide a modest supply of power in the absence of electricity, or absorb fluctuating power levels from an electrical outlet
surge protector
A device for protecting electronic equipment from damaging voltage levels sometimes occurring in electrical transients
surge protector
An electrical device that protects electrical equipment from sudden variations (surges) in electrical current
surge protector
A device that protects electrical equipment from surges or spikes of power current that may be harmful to the circuitry in the equipment These surges can be the result of thunderstorms and bad electrical wiring in the house Many newer surge protectors come with option of protecting from surges in the phone lines as well
surge protector
An electrical device that protects a computer from spikes and surges in the power line All computers have some surge protection built in, but this protection is not always enough External surge protectors come in the form of a unit that plugs into the wall, with outlets for several electrical plugs However, not all outlet bars have surge protection
throat protector
protective garment worn by hockey goalkeeper and catcher in baseball



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    guard, sentry


    /prəˈtektər/ /prəˈtɛktɜr/


    [ pr&-'tek-t&r ] (noun.) 14th century. From Latin, from protegere 'to shield, protect'