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patrol

verb attend, be on the alert, be on the lookout, be on the watch, circumire, cover, cover a beat, go the rounds, guard, inspect, keep an eye on, keep guard, keep in view, keep vigil, keep watch, look out, march, monitor, overlook, pace, perform sentry duty, police, protect, reconnoiter, safeguard, scan, scout, stand guard, stand senninel, superintend, sweep through, traverse, walk, walk a beat, watch
See also: perambulate, police, protect, traverse
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The Patroller played a full role in all of these events, which provided full-scale simulations of homeland security missions (intrusion, convoying, surveillance of high-value sites, etc.
The largest safety program in the world, the AAA School Safety Patrol Program has 635,000 Patrollers in 33,500 schools nationwide.
As Edwards explains it, ski patrol is different because patrollers have undergone rigorous, formal training to deal with medical situation, safety and operational matters such as extrications and trail closing, lift evacuation, and so on.
The Segway SE-3 Patroller The SE-3 Patroller is a natural extension of Segway's Patroller product line.
According to the PR sources, the minister declared PR patrollers Mehboob, Rasool Bukhsh and Bucha as the heroes of the nation.
Sagem will soon demonstate its Patroller in the Gulf region.
With the C212, CN235 and C295, is the global leader in the market segments for light and medium sized military transport and maritime patroller aircraft.
The Patroller models are identifiable by their highly reflective surfaces and an integrated lighting system.
Carolynn White has been crowned the Kirklees area's favourite school crossing patroller for helping children who attend Honley CE Junior School.
If you have the necessary skills and are fond of snow, you could mix work and sport as a ski patroller.
In the Deux-Alpes station, a ski patroller was carried away by an avalanche that he triggered off-piste.