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The Keeper Of The Isis Light - Themes
... it "in the last few words of the book when Olwen realizes that after her death Guardian will be alone ... the capacity to be lonely.” Olwen watches him leave the room and whispers, “Poor Guardian.” For Guardian is not human ...
Heavenly Guardian - Reception
... Although just a few magazines reviewed the game, Heavenly Guardian received poor ratings by the press ... Heavenly Guardian may look to the past, but it is too bland and frustrating to evoke fond memories of "the good old days." IGN editor Sam Bishop also reviewed both versions ...
Paul Doyle (journalist)
... Paul Doyle is an Irish sportswriter for the British newspaper The Guardian ... He is the chief sports writer for, the paper's website ... He regularly appears on the Guardian Podcast Football Weekly, hosted by James Richardson, where he often gives updates on the latest news in French ...
Guardian America
... Guardian America is an American version of the British news website The Guardian ... available in print, under the name The Guardian, Guardian America is not ... A lot of the content on Guardian America is taken from Guardian Unlimited and The Guardian, although some content is produced for Guardian America ...
Guardian - In Other Uses
... Galaxy (spacecraft), previously Guardian, is a cancelled prototype space habitat The Guardian Exchange, an underground telephone exchange Guardian temperament, one of the ...

Famous quotes containing the word guardian:

    It’s not the bullet with my name on it that worries me. It’s the one that says “To whom it may concern.”
    —Anonymous Belfast Resident. quoted in Guardian (London, Oct. 16, 1991)

    That a guardian should require another guardian to take care of him is ridiculous indeed.
    Plato (c. 427–347 B.C.)

    When Britain first, at Heaven’s command,
    Arose from out the azure main,
    This was the charter of her land,
    And guardian angels sung the strain:
    Rule, Britannia! Britannia rules the waves!
    Britons never shall be slaves.
    James Thomson (1700–1748)