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Example Sentences for "guard"

He works as a prison guard in a federal penitentiaryThe mother cat guarded her kittens against the male cat.

He works as a prison guard in a federal penitentiary.

While one robber went into the bank, his partner stood guard outside, watching for the police.

Both the young boy's parents were dead, so his older sister acted as his legal guardian.

The house was being guarded by a huge black dog.

The bank is guarded by two men carrying rifles.

Don't leave your stuff unguarded for even a few minutes on the train or someone will steal it for sure.

The mother cat was guarding her kittens from the other cats.

The soldiers guarding the government officials were killed during the rebel attack.

A prisoner was shot by a guard as he tried to climb the fence surrounding the prison-of-war camp.

Cicero described memory as the treasury and guardian of all things.

Anyone could wander right up to the front door of the White House in Washington, D.C. until World War Two, when guards were finally posted at the fence.

In 1986, a guard in an armored car was killed when $50,000 worth of quarters fell on him.

Arab women in Sudan are very carefully guarded by their families.

A Portugese proverb suggests that a girl, a vineyard and a beanfield are difficult to guard.


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