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- n. a covering that is intend to protect from damage or injury
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As I felt Mendip’s voice vibrate the receiver, I quickly cradled the phone andmoved behind the protective cover of a large spray of silk flowers in a massive Roman-style urn.
When the first Spad arrived on the scene, I found myself and my number two man as bottom cover and we were able to get the Spad almost over the spot, yet displaced a couple of miles to the north to take advantage of the protective cover of the hills.