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In order to reach it, the President had to take a military helicopter, then drive for nearly half an hour along unpaved roads and, for the last few hundred paces, hike through the dirt with a handful of soldiers and bodyguards.
After 500 years pass, Monkey is offered release from his imprisonment if he will become the disciple and bodyguard of a Buddhist monk undertaking an arduous mission to India.
He said he is forced to remain in Lebanon and retains armed bodyguards.
The manifest annoyance of her household was thus easily accounted for, but he marveled at the strength of her bodyguard.
THE RED YEARLOUIS TRACY
The Gov.-General courteously proposed to send a large bodyguard to his consulate, but it was not necessary.
When the young chief formed his special bodyguard, called the Guides, he placed him at their head.
NAPOLEON'S MARSHALSR. P. DUNN-PATTISON
Atter many Yankees had passed dey put a bodyguard at de door of de great house, and didn't 'low no one to go in dere.
Numerous slaves followed on foot, and a band of gladiators not infrequently acted as escort and bodyguard.
THE PRIVATE LIFE OF THE ROMANSHAROLD WHETSTONE JOHNSTON
I judged the bodyguard met them just above here, and there was a grand mix-up, but we couldn't see well at the distance.
THE BELTED SEASARTHUR COLTON
The lieutenant turned his horse, and, followed by his bodyguard, rode home in a very ill temper.

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