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  • n. formerly Iraq's elite military unit whose primary role was to protect the government in Baghdad


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  • Including office of secretary; 12 military posts (the commanders receiving from $60 to $150 per month); 10 armories $4,980; military instructors $4,380; president's staff $12,380; one infantry regiment of about 470 officers and men (the colonel receiving $95 monthly, the men $l5); a band of 33 men; a police force, called "republican guard" of about 800 officers and men (salaries ranging from $200 for the brigadier general and $140 for the colonel, to $18 for the private); 2 military hospitals $31,867; a machine shop

    Santo Domingo A Country with a Future

  • The clashes between a defected faction of Yemen's army and the republican guard, have raised fears that Yemen may be reaching a critical juncture as public fury continues to mount at the president's refusal to step down.

    Yemeni forces kill 18 and wound hundreds as unrest escalates

  • The old republican guard in Alaska is being dismantled by the new republican guard, no democrats needed.

    Poll: Mucky Alaska Rep. Don Young Trailing Dem Candidate

  • The report also alleges rights violations by the republican guard during fighting in March 2007 in which Amnesty says up to 600 people died.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • We left the Kurds to fend for them selves after the first desert storm and the republican guard squished them like a bug!

    Archive 2007-01-01

  • Also, Iran's ballistic missile sites, republican guard bases and naval warfare assets that Tehran could use to clog a vital artery for the world's oil supply.

    CNN Transcript Nov 9, 2007

  • A station that is closely affiliated with the republican guard.

    CNN Transcript Mar 29, 2007

  • They will set the nation's agenda, not the old republican guard.

    Governing Without Parental Supervision

  • Rep. Pelosi's counterpart, Reid, in the Senate will be similarly suspended in the bubble of the last gasps of the republican guard in that body as the Bush regime tries to put their traitor legs underneath the beleaguered U.N. tyrant Bolton.

    Governing Without Parental Supervision

  • His republican guard encircled the White House with their paternal protectiveness and scolded away any and all who came forward to hold the Bush regime accountable by threatening to slough off their own bloody failures in an epic pout.

    New Brooms


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