Definitions

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  • noun Any of several regiments in the Household Division of the British Army

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Examples

  • The knocking of heads, bloodying of demonstrators by the Revolutionary Guards is not debate.

    Fiddling as Tehran burns. - Moe_Lane’s blog - RedState

  • The absence of large portions of the Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama National Guards is dismissed as unimportant, because after all, 3,500 guards are available in LA, 1600 in MS, and 750 in AL … those numbers are perfectly sufficient!

    Balloon Juice » 2005 » August

  • Still, Pratchett has really developed the characters of the Watch, at least, since their early days in Guards!

    Night Watch: Summary and book reviews of Night Watch by Terry Pratchett.

  • -- The Seigneurs did what they could; enrolled in National Guards; fled, with shrieks, complaining to Heaven and Earth.

    The French Revolution

  • Lotto Stadio Azzurri Team FG 2T Soccer Cleat Mens 44.99 Nike Bauer Supreme 30 Senior Ice Hockey Shin Guards 24.97 adidas Predator Lite Shin Guards 6.99 Nike Bauer 1500 Ice Hockey Helmet & Cage Combo 44.99 adidas Valiente Short Mens 19.99 Koho 2100 Ultimate Senior Hockey Stick with ABS Blade 14.99

    Archive 2008-09-01

  • Lotto Stadio Azzurri Team FG 2T Soccer Cleat Mens 44.99 Nike Bauer Supreme 30 Senior Ice Hockey Shin Guards 24.97 adidas Predator Lite Shin Guards 6.99 Nike Bauer 1500 Ice Hockey Helmet & Cage Combo 44.99 adidas Valiente Short Mens 19.99 Koho 2100 Ultimate Senior Hockey Stick with ABS Blade 14.99

    Hockey Mom vs. Soccer Mom

  • COLLEGE PARK, Maryland (Ticker) -- Guards from the Atlantic

    NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball - Florida State vs. Maryland

  • The Guards is a prose poem of darkness, with a character that I — the daughter of two alcoholics — should hate, and I don’t hate him even though he drinks his way through the entire novel, and makes all the mistakes that an alcoholic makes.

    Kristine Kathryn Rusch » 2010 » February

  • The Guards is a prose poem of darkness, with a character that I — the daughter of two alcoholics — should hate, and I don’t hate him even though he drinks his way through the entire novel, and makes all the mistakes that an alcoholic makes.

    Kristine Kathryn Rusch » 2010 » February

  • The Guards is a prose poem of darkness, with a character that I — the daughter of two alcoholics — should hate, and I don’t hate him even though he drinks his way through the entire novel, and makes all the mistakes that an alcoholic makes.

    Kristine Kathryn Rusch » Recommended Reading List: January, 2010

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