(1) In such cases, the parent-teacher associations should arrange a watchman or a caretaker to look after the children till their parents come to fetch them in the evening.(2) he works as a college caretaker(3) He stayed in football, managing several clubs in the Western League, and was caretaker manager at Exeter for a short while.(4) I sympathise with the council because I know it will cost money to employ a caretaker but something has got to be done.(5) A year ago he moved as a player/coach to Southport where Hesketh was caretaker manager.(6) The caretaker is responsible for all expenses, such as food and shelter, while the animal is under their charge.(7) Khintu is the daughter of the caretaker of our building.(8) Taylor turned around to see Rowel, the oldest animal caretaker .(9) With close friend Viv Busby still caretaker manager of the Minstermen, Crosby did not comment on the possibility of a return to York.(10) St Mirren caretaker manager John Coughlin was mightily relieved that Ricky Gillies was deemed fit to play.(11) A new Prime Minister, Hans Modrow, headed a caretaker government that shared power with the new, democratically oriented parties.(12) Livingston, meanwhile, are making a case for caretaker manager David Hay to be appointed on a permanent basis.(13) The Guardian spoke to the Jenny Lind's caretaker manager, Dudley Cooke.(14) Back then the building included a little flat for a caretaker , who kept the toilets clean and provided plenty of hot water for ‘mothers' needs’.(15) Hampton have deliberated on the successor to caretaker manager Brian Cottington for three weeks.(16) They said the files were left by mistake, but said they were safe because they were in a secure building with instructions for the caretaker to contact them if they left anything behind.