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“The news kept the market on-guard for more central bank action to weaken the currency.”
“The second is handsome, slender, well-built; it is a delight seeing him in an on-guard fencing position.”
“Not everybody can be on-guard 100% of the time against fleeting moments of candor -- little sound bites which, when taken out of context, can provide the opposing presidential campaign with a little bit of ammo.”
“Although stakeholders in the organic community need to be on-guard, the flurry of e-mails and Internet postings suggesting that HR 875 will end organic farming as we know it seem to grossly exaggerate the risks.”
“If he comes to a 2d debate not as on-guard as he was last night, I think there's every reason to think he'll finally lose it.”
“In the meantime, my father remained very on-guard where Carmine was concerned.”
“Most distinctive was what Thomas describes as on-guard attendance.”
“As writers, we need to be on-guard against the censorship of the marketplace, the censorship that could prevent our strong women characters from making it to the page in the first place.”
“It's very hard to sort of drop that wall and maybe not be so tough or on-guard in school.”
“Finally, we need to be on-guard against the politicization of this debate.”
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