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- n. One who patrols.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. An individual or a member of a group that patrols an area.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. someone on patrol duty; an individual or a member of a group that patrols an area
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Yes, mam, white folks had dese guard, call patroller, all bout de country to catch en whip dem niggers dat been prowl bout widout dat strip from dey Massa.
In 1971 Joe Royer, a young ski patroller in Snowbird, Utah, was driving his Volkswagen Beetle back to his parents' home in Marin, Calif., when he saw some lonely snow-covered mountains to the south and went to investigate.
Mr. Halpert, 27 and a former volunteer fireman and ski patroller, now lives on the Upper East Side, but, he said, "a piece of my heart is still up in Vermont."
Any slave caught in town after a certain hour in the evening without a pass specifically authorizing the slave to be there at that time could be whipped at a designated post in town by the patroller or militiaman, who would then return the slave to the master.
And some ski patroller might find you frozen on the mountain after everyone else has gone home.
Dag after decades of being a patroller, looking to train in medicine.
Their patroller was barely out of Partisan, from the looks of him, his face still cragged with acne beneath his tall hat.
He bought his first three-wheeler, a former San Francisco parking patroller, for $1,600 from a friend in Oakland.
Brian L. Frank for The Wall Street Journal Maxime Philippe ' s Go-4 Interceptor -- another popular meter-maid model --was repeatedly sprayed with graffiti until she affixed an outsize Barbie head to the roof, in order to signal that she isn ' t an official patroller.
Which patroller of the backfield has been the most effective in the Super Bowl era?