border patrol

  1. a group of officers who patrol the borders of a country
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How To Use border patrol In A Sentence

  • The Border Patrol received an anonymous call one night about drug activity in the area.
  • One of the insanities has been the prosecution of two former border patrol agents, Ramos and Compean. CNN Transcript Dec 4, 2007
  • The main missions of the aircraft, in addition to basic and advanced pilot training, are border patrol and counter-insurgency operations.
  • Shawn P. Moran, a 10-year U.S. Border Patrol veteran who serves as vice president of the National Border Patrol Council Local 1613, added that the drug gangs are heavily armed and well-equipped, and can easily outman and outgun U.S. authorities. BORDER DRUG WAR THREATENS U.S.
  • US Border Patrol agents keep watch as two men wait on the Mexican side of the border fence between Arizona and Mexico at the town of Nogales.
  • Border Patrol agents in Nogales say they have been shot at 21 times in the past 15 months.
  • The Clinton administration has beefed up the Border Patrol, but illegals still are slipping though in unacceptable numbers.
  • The much larger population of ring-necked parakeets – a familiar sight in south-west London and found as far north as the Clyde – is harder to control, since it is so well-established, though the GB non-native species secretariat a sort of biological border patrol advocates limiting its numbers and is investigating chemical sterilisation. Invasive species: Killer shrimps and English parrots | Editorial
  • I trudged on, scenting the air every so often to see if anyone was around me and also keeping track of where the border patrollers were.
  • Border Patrol agent at a sandwich shop on Highway 11, shortly after he dropped the men off.
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