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It is nature's grand police, vigilant and faithful, sentineled in the soul, guarding against violence to peace and life.
JOHN BROWNFREDERICK DOUGLASS
Presently the Swede turned down a stairway, sentineled by garbage cans.
Mexico continued her siesta while the United States sentineled the bedroom.
It is half hidden among the maples, and sentineled by a tall Lombardy poplar.
THE SECRET SERVICE.ALBERT D. RICHARDSON
And everywhere soldiers sentineled the streets—soldiers whose tone and accent reminded her of the negro-trader.
BALCONY STORIESGRACE E. KING
Along the summits of these ramparts, high and rude, were watch towers or lookouts, warily sentineled.
It was far back from the street and was sentineled on either side by an uncompromising fir tree.
THE HEART'S COUNTRYMARY HEATON VORSE
With a couple of bounds he sentineled the doorway, barring the intended exodus.
THE LASHOLIN L. LYMAN
The prison was both civil and military, but was patrolled and sentineled by soldiers.
THE GOOSE GIRLHAROLD MACGRATH

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