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  • noun 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.

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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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.

    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.

    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.

    News

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