(of an official) Supervise arrangements or keep order at (a large public event)
the event was organized and stewarded properly
Manage or look after (another's property)
A person who looks after the passengers on a ship, aircraft, or train and brings them meals
A person responsible for supplies of food to a college, club, or other institution
An official appointed to supervise arrangements or keep order at a large public event, for example a sporting event
A person employed to manage another's property, esp. a large house or estate
A person whose responsibility it is to take care of something
farmers pride themselves on being stewards of the countryside
someone who manages property or other affairs for someone else
the ship's officer who is in charge of provisions and dining arrangements
an attendant on an airplane
shop steward: a union member who is elected to represent fellow workers in negotiating with management
custodian: one having charge of buildings or grounds or animals
Steward is a village in Lee County, Illinois, United States. The population was 271 at the 2000 census.
A steward (from Old English stíweard, stiȝweard, from stiȝ "hall, household" + weard ", keeper"; corresponding to Dutch: stadhouder, German Statthalter "place holder", a Germanic parallel to French lieutenant), means an official who is appointed by the legal ruling monarch to represent him or ...
* Julian Steward - American anthropologist * Lord High Steward - * Ernest Steward -
An English surname, a variant of Stewart
(stewardly) Befitting a steward; Managing; careful; provident; With or as with the care of a steward; prudently; providently
(Stewards) The highest level officials overseeing the races who work to maintain the integrity of the sport.
(Stewards) Three racing officials, who apply racing law to human and equine conduct at a race meet.
(stewards) the name for the judges at the racetrack, there are usually three.
(Stewards) Officials of the race meeting responsible for enforcing the rules of racing.
(STEWARDS) The persons appointed by the Harness Racing Authority to assist in the control of racing and other matters related to the sport. They ensure all rules relating to racing and betting are observed and enforced. ...
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(Stewards) Presiding officials (referees/umpires) at a race meet. They have final decision on all matters pertaining to a race. They may levy fines on owners, trainers, or jockeys who violate the rules of racing. ...
(Stewards) The duties of the stewarding team are to assist the Organizers, the Ground Jury, Technical Delegate and athletes in the conduct of the event according to the Rulebook. ...
(Stewards) The officials who run the race and arbitrate on such things as penalties, leniency on the 107% Rule, speeding violations in the pits and others.
(Stewards) Three person panel that determines whether or not any rules violations occurred during the race.
(Stewards) are Thelemapedians who have "administrator" rights. Their primary responsibility is to care for the welfare and integrity of the site. Editorially, they have no more authority than any other site member, and are equally bound to Thelemapedia editorial policies. ...
(Stewards) are laymen who are charged with the responsibility of fulfilling certain administrative duties in a parish, congregation, synod, or diocese. Stewards are either elected to their office or acquire stewardship rights and duties by virtue of another position they hold in the church. ...
Stewards, once called sidespeople, ensure that worshippers have everything they need for services, and keep order during the service. The team of stewards is led by the churchwardens. Stewards are elected by the annual church meeting.
The person in charge of certain domestic matters within a college, including accommodation and the booking of dinners and other events. NB. The Steward of Christ Church is the equivalent of Domestic Bursar.
An administrator who has been empowered to change any user's status, including granting and revoking administrator and bureaucrat status.