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  • n. Plural form of sentinel.

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Examples

  • The new study is based on information from more than 10,700 "sentinels" - such as child welfare workers, police officers, teachers, health care professionals and day-care workers - in 122 counties across the country.

    KansasCity.com: Front Page

  • The new study is based on information from more than 10,700 "sentinels" - such as child welfare workers, police officers, teachers, health care professionals and day care workers - in 122 counties across the country.

    News

  • The new study is based on information from more than 10,700 "sentinels" -- such as child welfare workers, police officers, teachers, health care professionals and day care workers -- in 122 counties across the country.

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  • In fact, the veterans that this money is going to it's actually helping through a scholarship program called the sentinels of freedom.

    CNN Transcript May 27, 2007

  • CASEY WIAN, CNN CORRESPONDENT: These chickens in Corona, California, are known as sentinels, scattered throughout the area and periodically tested for West Nile virus.

    CNN Transcript Jul 19, 2005

  • The sentinels were the worst of all; for, from their office and from having arms in their hands, they robbed with

    Journal of researches into the geology and natural history of the various countries visited by H.M.S. Beagle

  • The sentinels were the worst of all; for, from their office and from having arms in their hands, they robbed with a degree of authority which other men could not imitate.

    Chapter VIII

  • The sentinels are the guardians of the repose, quiet and safety of the camp.

    Manual of Military Training Second, Revised Edition

  • In the latter direction, then, Deerslayer held his way, and, as the sentinels were a little without the commencement of this thicket, before the alarm was clearly communicated to them the fugitive had gained its cover.

    The Deerslayer

  • In some states, such as Alabama, "sentinels" trained by securities regulators seek to attend any free lunch or dinner seminars hosted by financial advisers.

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