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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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Our Nissan Patrol business has expanded close to four times from FY11 to FY15, and with the introduction of the Patrol V6 we aim to grow by 20% over the next two years," he explained.
Specifically designed and built for the demands of the region while taking into account increasing consumer appeal for more fuel-efficient, practical, full-sized SUVs, the Patrol V6 still retains the high levels of power and prestige that the Patrol is famous for.
One of the issues that always comes up in discussions about patrolling is the need for commanders to be specific when they give a unit the mission to send out a patrol.
The sheriff's deputies patrol the system in other counties, but 90 percent of the response calls and citations issued are in Los Angeles County, Finkelstein said.
The operation called for each patrol boat to be loaded into a cradle, lifted to the deck of the ship and secured for transit.
to assess how the increasingly active presence of Border Patrol agents has affected the lives of the city's 15,000 residents--an estimated 93 percent of whom are Latino.
9) In 2000, the Missouri State Highway Patrol conducted 58 sobriety checkpoints and arrested 323 drivers for DUI.
Drivers can help by slowing down near to schools and in places where a patrol is working.
Some of them still physically abuse the Latinos they detain; a few months ago, the local newspaper reported that several El Paso apartment dwellers witnessed a Border Patrol agent verbally abusing and battering two Mexican women--one of them clutching her grandson--who had crossed the border illegally.
The extra patrols at shopping centers this year include reserve officers, members of the city's Citizens on Patrol program, the Bicycle Patrol Team and regular officers in their patrol cars.
The Border Patrol is still hopelessly undermanned; they can't even hope to come close to fulfilling their mission of protecting our country if we don't increase personnel, replace outdated equipment, and resume sweeps.