Grand guard

(Mil.) one of the posts of the second line belonging to a system of advance posts of an army.

See also: Guard

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The jouster is trying to hit his opponent not just in any old place but on a spot "not much bigger than a license plate," as Adams says in the show's premiere: a socalled grand guard bolted to the left side of the opponent's chest.
Caption: CLOSE TO 20 MEMBERS of the 1953 and earlier graduating classes of the University of Florida Levin College of Law turned out recently to be inducted into UF's Grand Guard alumni group (those celebrating their 50th graduation anniversary).
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