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Some even pool their money and hire private security guards to conduct nightly orchard patrols.

Neither the code compliance inspectors nor the security guards are police officers, meaning they don’t undergo the same requirements to meet certification in California like a member of a local police or sheriff’s department would.

Having mucosal immunity is like having a security guard right at the door, ready to take on the incoming virus.

From Fortune

Several fans and other wrestlers helped the Sheik up as a group of security guards arrived and quickly separated the wrestlers from the rabble.

From Ozy

Taquana Duncan, who works as a private security guard, said only a few words about her son’s death before ending a short conversation in tears.

“You know, you ask a lot of questions,” says the security guard in a booming voice.

The security guard wears a black suit and black V-neck that hardly contain his bulging muscles.

And I would rather work as a security guard for a sauna full of beautiful girls!

The suspect stabbed security guard William "Buzz" Yakshe and then the principal jumped on the pair.

The robot, built by Samsung, is known as SGR-A1, or Security Guard Robot A1.

Between the two of them, the Security guard was lucky not to lose his life in the first two seconds of battle.

I'd hardly put my seal on the document when the automatic security guard closed in.

For his entire commissioned career, he'd been a Security Guard Officer.

He followed when she went to a doorway—with a security guard beside it—in the sidewall.

There were several posts and it took a large security guard detachment to give it adequate protection.


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On this page you'll find 66 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to security guard, such as: escort, bouncer, guardian, minder, muscle, and praetorian.

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