Warden

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Warden may refer to:

Officers
having care or custody of some institution; the word is related to guardian.
  • Warden (college), head of some University colleges and academic institutions
  • Warden of the Mint, historical highest-ranking officer of the Royal Mint of the United Kingdom
  • Warden, rank of seniority within City of London Livery Companies, e.g. Prime Warden etc
  • Churchwarden, a lay officer in an Anglican or Episcopal church
  • Fire warden, a person designated to aid firefighters at a community level
  • Game warden, an officer empowered to enforce the hunting and trapping laws of a jurisdiction
  • Prison warden, a corrections officer
  • ARP warden, who helped protect British citizens with Air Raid Precautions during World War II
  • Warden of the Royal Forest, chief official and supervisor of the Royal Forest
  • Street warden, an officer aiding police at a community level
  • Traffic warden, a non-warranted officer who assists in regulating the flow of traffic
  • Warden (Masonic), a ruling member in a Masonic Lodge
Places
  • Warden (TTC), a subway station located in Toronto, Ontario, Canada
  • Warden Avenue, a major north-south road in Scarborough, Ontario, Canada
  • Warden, Free State, South Africa
  • Warden, Kent, England
  • Old Warden, Bedfordshire, England
  • Warden, Northumberland, England
  • Warden, Washington, US
  • Warden, Quebec, Canada
Gaming
  • Warden, a character class in the game Lord of the Rings Online - Mines of Moria
  • Warden (software), a cheat prevention system used by Blizzard Entertainment
  • Warden, a character class in the game Dark Age of Camelot
  • Warden, an adventure class in the game Everquest 2
  • Grey Warden, a member of the Grey Wardens; an elite warrior order in the RPG Dragon Age: Origins
Lord Warden
  • Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports, ceremonial official in the United Kingdom
  • Lord Warden of the Stannaries, office in the governance of Cornwall
  • Lord Warden of the Marches, office in the governments of Scotland and England
  • HMS Lord Warden, British warship
People
  • Jack Warden (1920–2006), American character actor
  • John A. Warden III (born 1943), colonel in the United States Air Force
Other
  • Warden message, an important message from the U.S. State Department about safety or travel information for U.S. citizens abroad
  • At some educational institutions, a Resident assistant may be referred to as a Warden
  • Warden pear, a large baking pear
  • The Warden, a character on Superjail, the Adult Swim animated series

Other articles related to "warden, wardens":

List Of The Dresden Files Organizations - The White Council - The Wardens
... The Wardens are the White Council's enforcers ... During times of war (such as the conflict with the Red Court), Wardens also serve as the White Council's primary military force ... The two "badges" of the office of Warden are their gray cloaks (which, according to Harry, blood cannot stain) and silver swords with the ability to break enchantments ...
Lake Warden (Western Australia) - Description
... As well as Lake Warden itself, the 2000 ha Ramsar site includes the associated system of saline lakes and marsh areas behind beach-front dunes ... The Lake Warden system is hydrologically complex with seven main lakes and over 90 smaller lakes creating diverse wetland habitats ... As well as Warden, significant lakes in the system include Windabout, Woody, Station, Mullet and Wheatfield Lakes ...
Warden, Northumberland - Religious Sites
... The church at Warden is dedicated to St Michael, and has a fine upstanding Anglo Saxon tower dating back to the eleventh century, and built of Roman ...

Famous quotes containing the word warden:

    This was a great point gained; the archdeacon would certainly not come to morning service at Westminster Abbey, even though he were in London; and here the warden could rest quietly, and, when the time came, duly say his prayers.
    Anthony Trollope (1815–1882)

    Just across the Green from the post office is the county jail, seldom occupied except by some backwoodsman who has been intemperate; the courthouse is under the same roof. The dog warden usually basks in the sunlight near the harness store or the post office, his golden badge polished bright.
    —Administration for the State of Con, U.S. public relief program (1935-1943)