- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of protect.
“Being realistic about the prospects for a game title protects a developer's employees from job loss by ensuring cash flow and avoiding bankruptcy.”
“This ‘double distancing’ protects from the horror, but it also enables the reader to interpret what is really being said.”
“As long as Griffin protects Constellation as-is, he deserves attack.”
“This ensures sufficient ventilation, guarantees privacy, protects from the rain, and keeps the south-facing rooms nicely cool.”
“Ian – No, all that this law protects is evrybody's right to not get shot at because some dude who came from a different state than his/hers did had the right to carry his concealed weapon due to the softer rules of gun permits in his state.”
“At some point, the structure pierces the façade to form a porch that finishes its composition, protects from the sunlight and creates an interesting play of light and shadow.”
“A right without a clear map of what that right protects is an empty statement.”
“The property that IP law protects is much more abstract.”
“Boonton writes - "The property that IP law protects is much more abstract.”
“Whatever liberty this kind ofsystem protects is starting to come at too high aprice.”
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