English words and Examples of Usage

Example Sentences for "patrol"

This area is patrolled regularly by security guards with dogsA policeman found the body of a young man in the park while out on patrol last night.

This area is patrolled regularly by security guards with dogs.

The missing soldier disappeared during a routine patrol, and is feared dead.

Guerrillas attacked a government patrol, killing 5 soldiers, and wounding a dozen others.

The escaped prisoner was found within minutes by a patrol.

Customs officials patrol the borders looking for illegal immigrants who try to cross over the river during the night.

Police are patrolling the downtown core in an attempt to prevent rioting following the football championship.

Ever since the destruction of the planet Earth, Martians have patrolled the galaxy, arresting any humans that begin to pollute other planets.

Many schools in the U.S. now have guards that patrol the hallways to protect students from those carrying guns and other weapons.

The city has reported a decrease in crime in the city center since the police foot patrols were increased.

Game wardens in Rwanda patrol the country's wildlife reserves to guard against illegal hunting.

He had a broken leg and was lying in a snow bank when he was found by the ski patrol.

In 1914, following the sinking of the Titanic, 16 countries formed a patrol to warn ships of icebergs in their path.

In January 1968, the American ship the 'Pueblo' and its crew of 83 men were captured by North Korean patrol boats off the coast of North Korea.

In January of 1995, the British Army ended 25 years of daylight patrols in Belfast.


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