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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 largest safety program in the world, the AAA School Safety Patrol Program has 635,000 Patrollers in 33,500 schools nationwide.
You have to distinguish yourself from thieves because if it is you patrolling the town at night and criminals are still attacking citizens, how will we know who is a thief between you and those attacking people at night," Rizik made it clear to the night patrollers.
From the Ward 8 to 10 17 males and 19 females patrollers will be working in the area.
A ranger is a type of patroller at Wachusett Mountain who works closely with the ski patrol to provide presence and monitor safety on the skiing lifts trails and facilities,'' he said.
SUMMIT ELSE Ski patrollers Ruari MacDonald, Jim Cornfoot and Jackie Matthew with rescue dog Corre.
It is pertinent to inform that Khushhal Khan Khatak Express train was narrow escaped from an accident on Friday when the patrollers indicated a 15-pound-bomb planted at track on which bomb disposal squad defused it.
Before 1953, there were people who helped children cross, probably from the early 1930s, but we do not know for certain yet who was the first School Crossing Patroller as there are many claims to this.
The recognition for its green ways is down to the enthusiasm of a team of pupils known as Planet Patrollers who come up with "green rules", ensure energy is not being wasted and put on activities such as "waste free lunch days"
Stockton Council''s road safety and enforcement teams joined forces to launch a crackdown aimed at catching drivers who failed to stop for patrollers.
And the product has a great track record already: Ski patrollers administered UrgentRx to a skier suffering a heart attack at Vail in February.
Originally staffed by policemen, the first civilian patrollers were recruited in 1951 after it was felt helping children across the road was taking up too much police time.
Ski patrollers called for help as soon as the actress took a tumble at the Mont Tremblant resort, but the paramedics turned around.