- adj. Having regular patrols.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of patrol.
“A Pakistani newspaper reported that Taliban fighters have even left Afghanistan to confront the Pakistani army, leading to a noticeable lowering of insurgent activity in American-patrolled Kunar province.”
“Existing lots are not patrolled, which is why a friend of mine gets dropped off by his wife, instead of driving, because his car was broken into. [/quote:]”
“Journalists alleged they were stopped at a distance of 9 km from Nandigram, about 150 km from Kolkata, by CPI-M men who 'patrolled' the area as angry residents moved about with swords, staves and other weapons in a free for all.”
“She said Gumede's son, Tholithemba, had been accused of being an African National Congress member because he refused to join IFP youths when they "patrolled" the township, shouting war cries and forcing people to join the party.”
“He urged people to swim only in recognised swimming locations, such as patrolled beaches or swimming pools.”
“That is south of the Litani River in the area 'patrolled' by UNIFIL”
“Federal game wardens in airplanes patrolled the flock constantly looking for poachers and game wardens in four wheel drives patrolled the boundary on the ground.”
“Hundreds of uniformed and plain-clothed police officers patrolled expected protest sites in China's two main cities, Beijing and Shanghai.”
“Tanks and other military vehicles patrolled the capital and remained in control of key intersections.”
“Eventually, however, Brazil could pose an economic challenge if it developed its air and naval power so as to dominate the Atlantic between its coast and West Africa, "a region not heavily patrolled by the United States.”
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