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- Armed Guard is a fictional character from the 1965 film Cat Ballou.
- Armed Guard is a fictional character from the 1968 film Deadfall.
- Armed Guard is a fictional character from the 2010 film Dear Mr. Gacy.
- Armed Guard is a fictional character from the 2009 film Bad Cop.
- Armed Guard is a fictional character from the 2011 sci-fi film Collision Earth.
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The Nation (1914)
The armed guard is a wretched substitute, ...
The Submariner's Dictionary (2005)
by Ron Martini
are the Naval Armed Guard reports from each voyage and the Bureau of Naval Personnel's Naval Armed Guard Casualty reports. For the period of World War II, Naval Armed Guard detachments were assigned to U.S.- flag merchant ships, ...
by Aaron Brenner, Benjamin Day, Immanuel Ness
A thorough investigation intothe armed guard industryawaited one ofthe bloodiest labor disputes of thelate nineteenth century: the Homestead strikein 1892.Only after William Jennings Bryan eloquently told Congress that “ governments ...
As Amended Through April 2010 by Barry Leonard
An armed guard that accompanies a convoy, a train, prisoners, etc. 4. An armed guard accompanying persons as a mark of honor. 5. (DOD only) To convoy. 6. ( DOD only) A member of the Armed Forces assigned to accompany, assist, ...
by Jan Onofrio
Burgevine quelled an incipient mutiny in Sungkiang by promising to make payments within a limited time and proceeded to fulfil the promise by leading an armed guard to the home of the paymaster in Shanghai, there to seize forty thousand ...
by Louisa Pansegrouw
arduous journey 45 armed guard arduous journey trek arduous work toil area arena, compass, district, domain, expanse, extend, extent, locality, neighbourhood, plot, range, realm, region, scope, section, site, space, sphere, stretch, territory, ...
by Dean A. Stahl, Karen Landen
agribusiness; agricultural; agriculture; agrobiology; agroindustrial; agrology; agronomy; albumen gland; alternate geologies; armed guard; armor grating; atrial gallop; automatic gun; axiogingival a-g air-to-ground; anti-gas a/g air-to- ground; ...
The Military Dictionary (1987)
An armed guard that accompanies a convoy, a train, prisoners, etc. 4. An armed guard accompanying persons as a mark of honor. (DOD) 5. To convoy. 6. A member of the Armed Forces assigned to accompany, assist, or guide an individual or ...
and without the exercise of visit and search, the government of the United States has determined to place upon all American merchant vessels- sailing through the barred areas an armed guard for the protection of the vessels and the lives of ...
Dictionary of Law (1999)
by Peter Hodgson Collin
state of heing protected hy a guard; the prisoners were hrought into the courtroom under armed guard 2 verh to protect someone or to prevent someone heing harmed or to prevent someone escaping; ...
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- Armed guard
It doesn't even have to be a real gun, who is going to rob this jewelery shop with this guy around?
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- Armed guard
What is this household protecting?
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- Armed Guard
On Staten Island Ferry
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- Armed Guard
Line up of police at Queen/Spadina
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- Personal Armed Guard
On The Niger Delta
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- The Armed Guard
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- Armed guard Petra Jordan
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- Armed guard with horse
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- Armed guard at Abu Simbel
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- Along with an armed guard
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- Armed Guard Near Super Bowl City
You don't usually see dudes with machine guns hanging out in San Francisco.
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