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WATCH, police. To watch is, properly speaking, to stand sentry and attend guard during the night time: certain officers called watchmen are appointed in most of the United States, whose duty it is to arrest all persons who are violating the law, or breaking the peace. (q.v.) Vide 1 Bl. Com. 356; 1 Chit. Cr. Law, 14, 20.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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The other hotels are in Barnsley, Crewe and Haydock and increase Starboard's portfolio to 19 sites with nearly 2,000 rooms.
Additionally, Starboard will be recommending two independent directors to be added to the Perrigo board.
Tensions have been growing between Starboard and Yahoo in recent weeks.
Yahoo did not immediately respond to Starboard Value LP's initiative.
Yahoo's board has been weighing whether to offer two or more seats to Starboard, the New York Post has reported.
Scott Warren, Starboard UK's brand manager and Starboard SUP team rider, said: "To say the office was excited about Starboard UK supporting Surf Snowdonia is a bit of an understatement.
"The best way to maximize value for Staples' shareholders is through exploring and completing a business combination with Office Depot,'' Starboard CEO Jeffrey C.
Then the starboard tachometer was removed and replaced.
The port mainmount and nose landing gear came up-and-locked and indicated so on the integrated position indicator (IPI), but the starboard landing gear indicated a barber pole in the IPI window.
Starboard Value LP sued the office supply retailer on Thursday in Delaware's Court of Chancery, accusing it of not holding a shareholder meeting for 13 months.
Among them: unique sliding doors port and starboard (nice for docking or diving), and a reverse windshield with cored hardtop to keep out sun and spray, while optimizing ventilation.
On page 13 is the statement, "One woman talked on her cell phone to her 91-year old father, a door gunner [emphasis added] on a B-17 in the Eighth Air Force...." I have only been through a B-17 twice, and have never flown on one, but I know that the only "door" is the crew entrance on the rear of the fuselage's starboard side, aft of the right waist-gun position.