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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 "outdoor emergency care" course Ski Patrol candidates are required to pass involves about 150 hours of classroom and on-hill work, said Hal, another long-time patroller helping run the training course.
The patroller confiscates the snares along the route and thus protects the grid cells.
Part-time ski patroller Jackie Matthew is easy to spot with her nine-year-old collie-cross rescue dog Corre.
According to the PR sources, the minister declared PR patrollers Mehboob, Rasool Bukhsh and Bucha as the heroes of the nation.
A good example of this dynamic may be found in the activities of a group of street patrollers I observed during an ethnographic study of the high-crime Johannesburg neighbourhood of Hillbrow:
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.
I REALISE that savings have to be made in the present financial crisis, but I totally disagree with the proposal to remove crossing patrollers in certain areas.
Please, please, take these points into consideration, and also the fact that the average patroller enjoys their job, in all weathers, and even with some of the abuse that can come from the motorists.
The best way to find work as a patroller is to check for openings with individual ski resorts.
In the Deux-Alpes station, a ski patroller was carried away by an avalanche that he triggered off-piste.
High on a mountainside, ski patroller Karl Birkeland dug a pit into a drift to check the snow's stability.