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Thomas Boyd / The Register-Guard A cardboard cutout of actress Angelina Jolie in her `Tomb Raider' costume appears to stand guard over the quiet town of Drain on Monday afternoon from the window of Betty's Tourist Trap store on First Street.
If so, Alopa will stand guard and quickly react, providing specific solutions and keeping networks running at 100 percent capacity.
RECORD all-weather winner Stand Guard has been retired after failing to add to his 26 successes at Lingfield on Saturday evening, writes Graham Green.
STAND GUARD is the subject of a fresh British Horseracing Authority probe after a no-show at Southwell yesterday.
When he does finally find his voice shoppers will be able to have conversations with him and find out what it's like to stand guard over the centre 24-7.
On duty in faraway hot spots such as Afghanistan and Iraq, and in dozens of less hazardous places, GIs stand guard between us and those who would harm us.
HMMWVs, trucks and armored personnel carriers will be equipped with the AN/VLQ-11, and a field stand-alone unit called the AN/GLQ-16 will stand guard over barracks, airfields, aircraft, communications and intelligence sites, command posts and other high value positions.
THE BHA and bookmakers have pledged to keep a close watch on today's Southwell claimer in which record all-weather winner Stand Guard could make his final appearance.
STAND GUARD suffered a shock defeat in his bid to equal a record-equalling 25th victory on the all-weather.
A SOUTH WALES soldier has become one of the first in his regiment to stand guard for the Queen.
Andrew Somers, 9, of Valencia is dressed for Halloween night, when he'll stand guard as his parents, James and Eufemia Somers, open their backyard observatory to give local trick-or-treaters a firsthand view of the stars.
FRUSTRATED bookmakers hit out over the controversial late withdrawal of Stand Guard from the selling race at Southwell yesterday that once more exposed a rule 4 weakness as the BHA said it would inquire into the circumstances.