Definition of Keepership. Meaning of Keepership. Synonyms of Keepership

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Definition of Keepership

Keepership
Keepership Keep"er*ship, n. The office or position of a keeper. --Carew.

Meaning of Keepership from wikipedia

- been his occupation as a grocer. Rest died in 1571, at which point the keepership p****ed on to John Mell in 1576, known for his abuse of "the governors...
- desired promotion to the Midlands Circuit in 1616. Potts was given the keepership of Skalme Park by James in 1615, to breed and train the king's hounds...
- decision has more recently been more regulated to only allow for temporary keepership in certain cir****stances. Fatal dog attacks in the United Kingdom Breed-specific...
- Highlands on the condition that it be kept in a locked chest under the keepership of figures deeply out of favour with the King. In 1436, there was even...
- law and rather heavily foreign to the English. It was said Gloucester's keepership was made forfeit by Henry's death. Gloucester was given a blow and was...
- 1656, and held the office under Charles II, who added to it the deputy-keepership of the royal keys. A few years prior, he was appointed painter to the...
- retired with Bute from the ministry on 8 April 1763, receiving the sinecure Keepership of the Wardrobe. On the 19 April he was summoned to Parliament as 11th...
- lands of Ballourthye and Pitmachie in Angus. He was also granted the keepership of the royal forest of Kylgerry. In 1587 the Spaldings appear in an act...
- known as the Field of the Cloth of Gold in 1520. In 1523 he received the Keepership of Langley New Park, Buckinghamshire, and was made bailiff of Watlington...
- received a charter from Alexander III of Scotland which granted to him the keepership of a castle warding the narrow P**** of Brander, which was the gateway...
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