safekeeper

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A depository works as a safekeeper of securities and settles transactions between different parties in the capital market.
Dubai Cindy is the safekeeper of the family's money.
an advertising agency, reported it has been chosen to handle advertising for Safekeeper, software designed to block offensive and threatening Internet material.
IBM has selected National's SafeKeeper Notebook Trusted Input/Output security device for IBM's latest notebook computer, the IBM ThinkPad T43.
Worldwide Computer Products News-21 September 2004-National Semiconductor releases SafeKeeper Trusted Input/Output devices(C)1995-2004 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
The sixth type of exchange, by safekeeping, is also just because there is a law, (2) custom, or statute that makes the exchanger a safekeeper, depositary, and guarantor of the money that is given to him or exchanged for something needed by those who give it or send it.
9) The ideal role of the Budget and Accounts Committee can be said to be that of safekeeper of public funds.
They regarded such removal as "tantamount to euthanasia, inconsistent with the physician's role as safekeeper of his or her patient's [well-being]," and they were concerned for the reputation of the hospital.
Master trust and custody: acting as custodian or safekeeper, recordkeeper, and administrator (involving disbursements, tax payments, and accounting services) of securities and other assets and providing trade execution, settlement, cash management, foreign exchange execution, and information services (including investment performance measurement and customized reporting) for private pension plans, public pension plans, and institutional trust funds.
Kozameh's main theme is the female body as a safekeeper of memory.
A tilt-down bin is on four Maytag-brand models, and two include a SafeKeeper compartment which can be locked and removed so children could be kept from medicines or film.
Women's submission to their husbands entailed his right of administering a physical "correction," such as both parents applied to their children, but the ethic cut both ways, placing the husband in the role of his wife's protector and safekeeper.