1. One who protects, keeps watch, or acts as a sentinel.
2. Electronics A signal that prevents accidental activation of a device or ambiguous interpretation of data.
3. Sports A defensive position or stance, as in boxing or fencing.
4. Football One of the two offensive linemen on either side of the center.
5. A device or attachment that prevents injury, damage, or loss, especially.
6. Something that gives protection; a safeguard.
7. Protection; watch.
8. Basketball Either of the two players normally positioned in the backcourt who are responsible for bringing the ball to and initiating offensive plays from the frontcourt.
9. Electronics A signal that prevents accidental activation of a device or ambiguous interpretation of data.
10. Basketball Either of the two players normally positioned in the backcourt who are responsible for bringing the ball to and initiating offensive plays from the frontcourt.
11. Chiefly British A railway employee in charge of a train.
12. An honor guard.
13. A ring worn to prevent a more valuable ring from sliding off the finger.
14. A padded covering worn to protect a body part from injury.
15. The act or duty of guarding.
16. A device on a foil, sword, or knife that protects the hand.
17. A small chain or band attached to a watch or bracelet to prevent loss.
18. An attachment or covering put on a machine to protect the operator or a part of the machine.
19. Football One of the two offensive linemen on either side of the center.
20. Sports A defensive position or stance, as in boxing or fencing.
21. One who supervises prisoners.
22. Chiefly British A railway employee in charge of a train.
23. Specifically— A man or body of men occupied in preserving a person or place from attack or injury, or in preventing an escape; he or they whose business it is to defend, or to prevent attack or surprise: as, a body-guard; a prison guard.
24. In foot-ball, basket-ball, and similar games, a player occupying a certain position.
25. In fortification, the keep of a castle; the lodging of the main guard.
26. In the game of cricket, the position of the bat for most effectually defending the wicket.
27. Anything that keeps off evil: as, modesty is the guard of innocence.
28. A state of readiness to oppose attack; a state of defense; in general, a state of protection against injury or impairment of any kind.
29. In fencing or boxing, a posture of passive defense; the arms or weapon in such a posture: as, to beat down one's guard.
30. Specifically, a state of caution or vigilance; attentive observation designed to prevent surprise or attack; watch; heed: as, to keep guard; to be on one's guard; to keep a careful guard over the tongue.
31. That which secures against hostile criticism or censure; a protection against malevolent or ignorant attacks upon one's reputation, opinions, etc.
32. One who or that which protects or keeps in safety; one who or that which secures against danger, attack, loss, or injury; one who keeps protecting watch.
33. To watch by way of caution or defense; be cautious; be in a state of caution or defense.
34. To provide or secure against objections, or the attacks of hostile criticism or malevolence.
35. Synonyms To shield, shelter, watch.
36. To protect the edge of, especially by an ornamental border; hence, to adorn with lists, laces, or ornaments.
37. To insert guards between the leaves of (an intended guard-book).
38. To secure against injury of any kind in any manner; specifically, to protect by attendance; defend; keep in safety; accompany as a protection.
39. To fasten on a guard for the purpose of binding.
40. To keep from risk or curtailment; ensure the safety or integrity of.
41. Sports To keep (an opposing player) from scoring or playing effectively, usually by remaining close to the player to disrupt offensive play.
42. To watch over so as to prevent escape or violence.
43. Archaic To escort as a guard.
44. Archaic To escort as a guard.
45. To serve as a guard.
46. To supervise the entry and exit through; keep watch at.
47. To maintain control over, as to prevent indiscretion.
48. To watch over to keep from being harmed or injured: synonym: defend.
49. Sports To keep (an opposing player) from scoring or playing effectively, usually by remaining close to the player to disrupt offensive play.
50. To take precautions.
51. To furnish (a device or object) with a part that protects people from harm or injury.
52. To watch over to keep from being harmed or injured: synonym: defend.
53. (stand guard) To keep watch.
54. (stand guard) To act as a sentinel.
55. (stand guard) To act as a sentinel.
56. (stand guard) To keep watch.
57. (on (one's) guard) Alert and watchful; cautious.
58. (off (one's) guard) Not alert; unprepared.
59. (off (one's) guard) Not alert; unprepared.
60. (on (one's) guard) Alert and watchful; cautious.
1. The ousting of the old guard by the new?
2. Prisoners and guards often share meals and play sports together.
3. The museum is heavily guarded and all visitors have to pass through metal detectors.
4. They took him to the airport under armed guard.
5. The security guards checked each individual into the room.
6. Sometimes she wore her soccer shin guards long after practice was over.
7. The scale of the rewards is normally a closely guarded secret.
8. Two of his friends will form a guard of honour.
9. Stunned gallery visitors watched as guards grabbed him until cops arrived to arrest him.
10. We used to take planes like we take trains and our guard was down.
11. The honeymoon destination remains a closely guarded secret.
12. We need to keep our guard up.
13. But guard positions that need to be manned are manned.
14. Two mall security guards loomed outside a wide glass sliding door.
15. Official projections last night suggested that the old guard had won the day.
16. Often the rear guard did not get into camp until long after dark.
17. Prison guards are unwittingly passing on coded information in what appear to be innocent messages from criminals to their relatives.
18. The owner of the property simply wanted a guard dog on duty 24 hours a day.
19. The villagers mounted a night-time guard for ten days running to scare the robbers off.
20. Army nurses on operational duty may have to help to set up a field hospital in Afghanistan or do guard duty at their camp.
21. The Scots guards were to play a distinguished part in this most unusual campaign.
22. _ H. - So. supposes heáfod-weard, _a guard of honor_, such as sovereigns or presumptive rulers had, to be meant by hafalan hýdan; hence, _you need not give me any guard_, etc.Cf. Schmid, _Gesetze der A. _, 370-372. l.
23. _ H. - So. supposes hēafod-weard, _a guard of honor_, such as sovereigns or presumptive rulers had, to be meant by hafalan hȳdan; hence, _you need not give me any guard_, etc.Cf. Schmid, _Gesetze der A. _, 370-372. l.
24. The Strel'tsy were divided in three establishments: a) the grooms [Stremiannye], who represented the guard of the sovereign [Strasza Gossudaria], b) the Moscow Strel'tsy, c) the frontier Strel'tsy, or frontier guard .
25. Stanko says: everyone needs to pay attention to the trailor and see that the Security guard is not patrolling the skate park, but it seems as if its a guard from the rail road yard.
26. The Boston-area guard is another explosive scorer who had 43 points in the National Prep Championships.
27. If the guard is a minute late, Rojas bangs on the gate's bars, and because he is the boss, the gate quickly swings open.
28. The Sergeant of the guard is all right, but some of them are devils; they are looking for promotion, and know the way to get it is to excel in cruelty.
29. He gave instructions that my depot should be rung up, and he bade Wilson remove me to what he called the guard-room.
30. I knew you to be the man you are, the moment I laid eyes on you in what we call our guard-room; but I thought I would humor the old soldier who lives here, by letting him have the formula of an examination, as a sort of deference to his age and former rank.
31. ‘It's believed the soldiers will guard the control tower, the large fuel tanks and parts of the runway at certain times.’
32. ‘US soldiers guarding the gate usually stand about 20 yards from the road behind coils of barbed wire and concrete barriers.’
33. ‘He was not surprised when he saw soldiers guarding the gates.’
34. ‘Their mouths dropped open when they noticed one of the tall soldiers guarding them, hair hidden beneath a helmet, was a square-jawed woman.’
35. ‘Following the disturbances in Belize City, soldiers could be seen guarding some buildings, while residents appeared to be getting on with their lives.’
36. ‘A few weeks ago the 47-year old olive farmer suffered a heart attack during a scuffle with the soldiers guarding the wall.’
37. ‘Heavily armed soldiers guarded the few churches which held Sunday services, witnesses said.’
38. ‘Third, the excessive number of soldiers to guard the borders is becoming a burden on the local population.’
39. ‘They have their own budgets and their own suppliers, and jealously guard the areas they control.’
40. ‘Soldiers guarding the settlement fired back, killing two attackers and wounding a third man who fled back into the sea.’
41. ‘A grenade was thrown from a car toward soldiers guarding a checkpoint.’
42. ‘Just think how much fun it will be for the American soldiers to guard that part of town during the Occupation.’
43. ‘The front gate had two soldiers wielding automatic firearms guarding the outside.’
44. ‘The songs of that age had themes of social responsibility, singing the praises of navy soldiers who guarded the country's shores, or the beauty of the motherland.’
45. ‘Soldiers guarding the entrances to the base thus need to ensure only that military personnel or civilians coming in carry one of the many passes accepted within the base.’
46. ‘The secret was revealed during an investigation this month into the deaths of two soldiers who were guarding an entrance to the complex when both were found fatally shot.’
47. ‘The wretched soldiers were still guarding the cannon.’
48. ‘Violence spread to other fuel outlets and crowds threw stones at soldiers guarding the main British headquarters.’
49. ‘Another witness had seen three container trucks during the same period, with armed soldiers guarding the trucks.’
50. ‘On the pretext that the statue was about to be attacked, the army erected a barbed wire fence around the area on May 25 and posted soldiers to guard the edifice.’
51. ‘Since I was one of the few women, and the only unarmed prisoner, I was guarded in a more lax manner than the others.’
52. ‘Seventy percent of those who guard women prisoners are men.’
53. ‘We do have people contracted to guard prisoners.’
54. ‘The person guarding him has his own reasons for not wanting to live and so exchanges jacket and papers with the condemned man and goes before the firing squad in his place.’
55. ‘American marines guarding the prisoners said they had complained that their own officers had shot at them during the battle.’
56. ‘Inge believes the prospect of being posted to guard political prisoners, and the cruel conditions her son was expecting to have to enforce there, pushed him to attempt to escape.’
57. ‘Any period of industrial action would see the army called in to guard prisoners.’
58. ‘Even when this crisis is over, there are police officers who will work at guarding prisoners.’
59. ‘The fear was coming back, she knew that Mac was coming for her, and that whatever she did, however many people were guarding her, whatever level of security they set up, he was going to get through to her.’
60. ‘Didn't they realise that if they all went to check it out there would be no one to guard the prisoners and anyone could just randomly come in and help them escape?’
61. ‘Then he was moved to more common military police duties including convoy security and guarding the prisoners at Camp Bucca.’
62. ‘While he was guarding the prisoners, some of the other platoon members poured boiled water over them.’
63. ‘He said their work was consistent with the Geneva Convention and the responsibility for guarding the prisoners remained with the US.’
64. ‘His stance is not quite as low as it would be guarding the ball handler, but he is still down and ready to move.’
65. ‘Sometimes you'll have your back slightly turned to guard the ball.’
66. ‘The closer to the basket your player is, the closer you should guard them.’
67. ‘This illustration shows offensive player 3 with the ball and being guarded by zone player 4.’
68. ‘I pride myself on scoring more points than the guy I'm guarding.’
69. ‘As they were divided into clans and tribes, they have fiercely guarded their independence, preserving what has since become a very diverse and fascinating culture.’
70. ‘Naturally more recently independent States wish to do the same and thus fiercely guard their Westphalian sovereignty.’
71. ‘The Kodavas have fiercely guarded their tradition and customs as well as their uniqueness.’
72. ‘Siblings are very close to and protective of one another; brothers fiercely guard their sisters' honor.’
73. ‘Members - collectively called Pathans - guard a fierce independence where guns, drugs and contraband are a way of life.’
74. ‘He is adamant that he will never marry again and guards his new-found freedom fiercely.’
75. ‘A compartment inside an Elite case has two L-shaped cushions filled with air that can take the impact of a fall to guard the notebook from damage.’
76. ‘The following years were characterized by rifts with Russia, in which the Ukraine jealously guarded its own independence against its overbearing neighbour.’
77. ‘It was clear that, on the contrary, the ex-colonies jealously and for the most part successfully guarded their independence.’
78. ‘These committees have always jealously guarded their independence.’
79. ‘But universities are likely to guard their independence jealously.’
80. ‘It is vitally important that we jealously guard our hard-won independence.’
81. ‘But he also knew Marnie was very independent, and she guarded that independence.’
82. ‘Even those who are well known, for whatever reason, will fiercely guard their privacy.’
83. ‘But all such events were examples of the very sort of thing which the defendant's servant ought reasonably to have foreseen and to have guarded against by taking appropriate precautions.’
84. ‘Instead, we must be vigilant in guarding against the distasteful practice of having unfavourable preconceived notions against individuals based on their origin.’
85. ‘Under-achievement in gifted children is a major area of research study and as a high school teacher Bernadette thinks this is a problem that must be guarded against, especially in sixteen or seventeen year olds.’
86. ‘It seems unlikely that such operations could be militarily important, but they could be politically important and must be guarded against.’
87. ‘Today, however, unlike in the past, risk is seen not as something we can handle or perhaps even turn into opportunity, but as something that we suffer from and must be guarded against.’
88. ‘For this reason, they must be guarded against reality, reared in a controlled climate, in an altered reality, like broiler chickens or pigs in a pen.’
89. ‘Such risks must be guarded against at all costs.’
90. ‘Likewise, American over-reaction, especially of the military variety, must be guarded against.’
91. ‘The signs are that it won't, but those involved must guard against becoming part of the very culture they are out to combat.’
92. ‘While there is a strong case to be made to free up some land, Ireland must guard against panic proposals.’
93. ‘We all know about the problems of obesity in youngsters, and of course we must guard against this.’
94. ‘Researchers also found that curcumin, which is an antioxidant and anti-inflammatory, had other health benefits: it aids digestion, helps fight infection and guards against heart attacks.’
95. ‘An orange provides 140 per cent of the suggested daily amount of vitamin C and contains folic acid which helps prevent birth defects and guards against anemia’
96. ‘You are enthusiastic and spontaneous about life but need to guard against sudden outbursts of anger or love.’
97. ‘They provide the checks and balances that guard against the arrogance of power.’
98. ‘How much time do we have, to develop this preventative medicine of climate that guards against sudden shocks?’
99. ‘We must guard against the temptation to cloud it with complexity or dissect it to obscurity.’
100. ‘Given the undoubted complexity of this claim I must guard against conducting any form of mini-trial.’
101. ‘We must also guard against them raiding and exploiting our rich genetic pool.’
102. ‘Do you feel that this is the real you and you must guard against anyone knowing it?’
103. ‘Also, we will assign two guards to watch your every move on this establishment.’
104. ‘I set up a guard duty to watch for trouble and set to work deciphering the messages that would explain the runes.’
105. ‘I am protected by guards, have access to cars, the entire secure compound, you name it.’
106. ‘They witnessed the cruelty of German guards and watched as Allied bombers leveled German cities.’
107. ‘The guard assigned to the U.S. ambassador shot at the assailants, and after a brief gun battle, the assassins were overcome.’
108. ‘The guard was reprimanded and assigned to duty where he had no contact with detainees for the remainder of his assignment at the detention center.’
109. ‘On the way Ben watched where the guards patrolled trying to figure the best way to distract them for long enough to get a message out.’
110. ‘Wily lookouts kept watch for German guards, calling out codewords as a warning.’
111. ‘There were two guards watching the vault where the prisoners were.’
112. ‘There are more and more prisoners, but the guards can't control 100 more prisoners every month.’
113. ‘Andrew waited until none of the guards were watching and quickly dove into the the Humvee.’
114. ‘Government is in the last resort the employment of armed men, of policemen, gendarmes, soldiers, prison guards, and hangmen.’
115. ‘From his position on the ground, he watched as five guards paraded into his house, claiming it as their own.’
116. ‘The men are assigned guard duty in an abandoned village.’
117. ‘He hid there for a moment until he was sure that no guards were watching, then ran across a shaft of light to another blotch of darkness behind a pair of stalagmites.’
118. ‘Their caper involves a nightlong journey of picking up cash all over town in a purloined bank van with Wayne and Henry posing as bank guards assigned to collect all this money.’
119. ‘He, however, believes that the biggest threat to the rhinos is that they could be poached, although the state has employed several guards to watch over them.’
120. ‘The men are to be watched, the guards reinforced.’
121. ‘The guards watched him pace like this, back and forth between the door and the middle of the hall, listening every now and then for any sound of movement.’
122. ‘She watched the two guards slowly walk towards each other.’
123. ‘The much-awaited change of guard in the military would follow the latest TNI reshuffle which affected 118 officers.’
124. ‘There is a change of guard at the top of the main reconstruction body.’
125. ‘A military honor guard was fired for saying ‘God bless you’ as he handed the flag over at funerals.’
126. ‘A third line of defence was the bourgeois militia or citizen guard.’
127. ‘Some members of the families wept as a military honour guard carried the coffins of the five into a specially erected marquee.’
128. ‘The inspection was followed by a reception at St James's Palace and a dinner with the Queen last night, with Capt Duffy one of the seven members of the guard to be introduced to her.’
129. ‘ARF is the reserves, and among other things it's where members of the guard are sent for disciplinary reasons.’
130. ‘She'd only been a member of the guard for six days, but already had bested some higher ranking guards in practices.’
131. ‘They thundered down the streets, pursued by the mob and several members of the city guard who were also on horseback.’
132. ‘His great-grandfather was a member of the guard to the Austrian-Hungarian royal family.’
133. ‘The three friends moved behind the wall with the King of Acarin and a few of members of his royal guard.’
134. ‘Back in 1969 I was lucky enough to be part of the guard when Prince Charles was invested as Prince of Wales at Caernafon Castle.’
135. ‘The first arrest was made in September when an officer in the guards was arrested for enlisting men for the Pretender.’
136. ‘His father is a captain in the British guards and his mother is the headmistress of a prep school in England.’
137. ‘However, when the Press contacted the Army to ask if there was any way she could still join them, the guards pulled out all the stops.’
138. ‘The city guard is convinced that the city needs more guards!’
139. ‘All I could see when I went out into my garden were Garda cars and around 10 guards and detectives around the field.’
140. ‘I sat in the police car and the guard put the seat belt on me.’
141. ‘It would certainly help when we only have four guards on patrol in Naas.’
142. ‘A crowd had gathered then the guards handcuffed him and took him away.’
143. ‘She is talking about reporting me to the guards [police].’
144. ‘Mr Green got up and called the guards in Ballina, and was advised that a patrol car was on its way.’
145. ‘We will have extra guards on duty that night and young people who are misbehaving can be charged with public order offences.’
146. ‘It has to be stressed that Flynn's fellow directors have only been been helping the guards with their inquiries.’
147. ‘The guards were called to the scene, but when they arrived, they did precious little to assist these young folks.’
148. ‘While being interviewed by the guards he punched two detectives & was charged for that too.’
149. ‘When he did finally make it to court he swore he'd seen nothing, even denying he ever told guards he'd seen anything.’
150. ‘Members of the gang have threatened guards and prison officers.’
151. ‘But, as Wilkinson may or may not be aware, even prison guards tend to report high incidences of rape.’
152. ‘It probably was not obvious to the prison guards at the time either.’
153. ‘In May 1996, I entered the execution chamber with Robert and a team of prison guards.’
154. ‘Showing that a prison guard should have known is not enough, no matter how obvious the signs of abuse.’
155. ‘He went on hunger strike for a day after prison guards threw him into solitary confinement.’
156. ‘But weeks after the rape, she mustered courage and sobbed out the story of her torture by the prison guard to the jail boss.’
157. ‘Wardens and prison guards dislike drugs for the same reason we dislike them.’
158. ‘4,100 young people are housed in these facilities, which are operated by wardens and prison guards.’
159. ‘The accounts have been based not only on the word of detainees, but of prison guards, translators, FBI agents and others.’
160. ‘In some cases, the detainees have been subject to harassment by prison guards and rough treatment that has left them bloodied.’
161. ‘Some jails and prisons allow the guards to carry chemical spray and a baton, some of them insist that there's nothing at all in reach of the inmates.’
162. ‘He was transferred to the harsher conditions of Alcatraz for killing a prison guard at Leavenworth.’
163. ‘He also disciplined prison guards for screaming at inmates.’
164. ‘The other involves a rape case that examines regulations about whether male prison guards can supervise female inmates.’
165. ‘Thus, a few years ago it was held to be unconstitutional for a prison guard to hit an inmate.’
166. ‘There didn't seem to be any more guards in the prison area.’
167. ‘The two guards of the prison automatically dropped to one knee.’
168. ‘Of course, the guards saw the prison break and sounded the alarm.’
169. ‘Prisoners, guards, prison administrators and many others were called to testify under oath in exhaustive hearings.’
170. ‘The receptionist skidded along the tile floor towards the alarm button to alert the remaining guards of a prison break.’
171. ‘All the trees would be surrounded by guards to prevent damage from sheep and other animals.’
172. ‘To prevent tooth injuries, children should wear facemasks and mouth guards while playing sports.’
173. ‘The guard also prevents damage if the car bottoms-out over ruts or dips in the road.’
174. ‘The patient grimaces, clamping down on a mouth guard designed to prevent tongue-biting and broken teeth.’
175. ‘Encouraging your child to use a mouth guard during sports can also prevent serious dental injuries.’
176. ‘He wore high black boots, with silver soles and worn knee guards.’
177. ‘I had to wear a mouth guard constantly for about the first nine months, because my muscles were so tight that my teeth would grind.’
178. ‘Minerva did not know that the mouth guards worn by boxers, rugby players, and other competitors were meant to protect the wearer from concussion.’
179. ‘Soft plastic mouth guards, or occlusal splints, may be needed to prevent damage from trauma, as in sports injuries, or bruxism.’
180. ‘Considering the helmet weight and possibility of neck strain, it is desirable to wear helmets with chin guards made of unbreakable plastic.’
181. ‘In the orchard, remove mouse guards and check for damage.’
182. ‘Mesh gutter guards will help prevent clogs in the future.’
183. ‘Lock windows or use guards to prevent them from opening too far.’
184. ‘Wrist guards help prevent fractured wrists, one of the most common injuries among in-line skaters.’
185. ‘Also, make sure the bike has spoke guards to prevent the child's feet from getting caught in the spokes.’
186. ‘Mr Jeffs also urged residents to buy letterbox guards that prevent items being posted through.’
187. ‘Except the world-renowned rugby player had swapped his mouth guard for a corsage and his number two jersey for a tuxedo.’
188. ‘The appropriate use of mouth guards and face shields should be advocated.’
189. ‘Heffernan, who turns 21 this month, is campaigning to highlight the dangers of not wearing helmets and face guards during hurling games.’
190. ‘After placing the cable, cover the notches with nail guards to prevent accidental nailing into the wire.’
191. ‘He used good defensive skills and a nice guard on the ropes to set up short hooks with both hands when Telesco got in close.’
192. ‘When Chi did open up, his work was either missing or hitting gloves and Brodie maintained good movement and a tight guard for the opening minute or so.’
193. ‘Taking turns with your partner drilling the swinging armbar from the guard is an example of this sort of drill.’
194. ‘One year is the year of the half guard; another is the year of the ankle lock.’
195. ‘Many fighters now just practise triangle chokes, armbars and sweeps, all from the guard.’
196. ‘The butterfly guard is one of the most powerful ways to sweep your opponent.’
197. ‘From butterfly guard, of course, you also have the option of returning to the half guard.’
198. ‘Most often it is applied from the guard, but can be used in many other positions as well.’
199. ‘Here Shaolin demonstrates how he likes to jump to the half guard and then sweep his opponent.’
200. ‘If you succeed in sweeping your opponent then go back to the butterfly guard and try again.’
201. ‘When your arms are so tired that you can't lift your guard fight one more round.’
202. ‘You start with your opponent in the closed guard and a grip on his sleeve and lapel.’
203. ‘The irrational fanatics might not heed to reason, but humanitarians must not become fatalistic and drop the guard of eternal vigilance.’
204. ‘Defenders of civil rights need to mount a vigilant guard.’
205. ‘The killers, if they are still alive, must be brought to justice and we have no alternative but to keep our guard up against the likelihood that there are others plotting to repeat the assaults.’
206. ‘As a newspaper reader, you especially need to keep your guard up.’
207. ‘‘I fell in love with her, a woman who thinks she needs to keep her guard up so she can succeed as a career woman,’ says Mendes.’
208. ‘I think it is useful that, on a periodic basis, we keep our guard up.’
209. ‘Naturally, because his quiz is a very serious thing indeed, he managed to keep his guard up despite the neat vodka he was drinking.’
210. ‘Pensioners in Colchester were today told to keep their guard up after bogus callers struck twice.’
211. ‘These were the employees who operated the railway: the station staff, the signalmen, the shunters and the guards on the trains.’
212. ‘Running staff, drivers of passenger and good trains, guards and locomotive inspectors are involved in the dispute.’
213. ‘Thousands of rail guards at train companies across the country are to be balloted on strikes in a long-running row over their safety role.’
214. ‘South West Trains tried to remove guards from its trains or downgrade their role, hitting safety.’
215. ‘It's all about the number of guards on each train.’
216. ‘Plug sockets for laptops and mobiles, decent seats, quiet trains, no guards to check the tickets - it's all an improvement.’
217. ‘‘The pressure on guards and train crew is increasing all the time,’ said a guard on Silverlink.’
218. ‘Bus conductors improve safety, as do guards on tubes and trains, which have nearly all been abolished now, and as do staff in stations.’
219. ‘It's a step towards bringing back guards on the trains, which is what the RMT is calling for.’
220. ‘We should have told them you will not have any guards on trains until you settle with us.’
221. ‘We need adequate staff on every station all the time they are open and a guard on every train, including on the Tube.’
222. ‘The infamous robber was sentenced to 30 years for his part in the 1963 robbery of a Glasgow to London mail train in which a guard was injured.’
223. ‘She asked me when the train left, and I suggested that she asked the guard to hold the train whilst she went and found it, but in the end she was back on board before the train moved off.’
224. ‘I asked the guard what time the train got back to Salford.’
225. ‘The guard of the train was a tried servant of the company - a man who had worked for twenty-two years without a blemish or complaint.’
226. ‘Of course, that didn't stop the guard on my train advising us to change for the Central and Victoria Lines as we rolled into Stratford.’
227. ‘Instead of a guard on every train we have ‘station assistants’ on platforms.’
228. ‘He took a team from his company there recently and was amazed when the train guard came into their compartment and told them to stop talking.’
229. ‘It was his 54th birthday, and he was looking forward to starting another working day as the guard on the train.’
230. ‘He was initially helped by nearby passengers and a train guard gave him first aid and tried to resuscitate him.’
231. ‘He'll be looking at cornerbacks, defensive tackles, outside linebackers, guards and receivers.’
232. ‘If this play is well-executed, the linebackers get caught pursuing the flow of the guards and running back to the right.’
233. ‘A guard, tight end or running back can help Jones, giving him an advantage in passing situations.’
234. ‘Replacing a legend at center isn't easy, especially when your previous experience in the NFL is as a guard.’
235. ‘In front of him the team consists of two banks of three players - three guards in defence and two wingers and a centre forward in attack.’
236. ‘He was quick enough to disrupt opposing guards anywhere on the floor while also using his size and strength to stop them.’
237. ‘It involves a high post player and both guards, or a medium post man and a guard and forward, on the ball side of the floor.’
238. ‘There are times it will be necessary for the two guards to switch these responsibilities.’
239. ‘He's probably the best player to come out of the city or the best guard, certainly.’
240. ‘College basketball is a guard's game, and teams that win championships have great backcourts.’
241. guard my possessions while I'm away
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