watch guard

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Noun1.Watch guard - short chain or ribbon attaching a pocket watch to a man's vestwatch guard - short chain or ribbon attaching a pocket watch to a man's vest
chain - a series of (usually metal) rings or links fitted into one another to make a flexible ligament
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No one did for several months, but the word `fete' always produced a general smile, and Laurie's birthday gift to Amy was a tiny coral lobster in the shape of a charm for her watch guard.
The Session Border Controller stands as a watch guard in between and provides security.
They always find a way to overcome barriers," said Ehsan Moghaddam from Watch Guard, part of the Unified Threat Management security specialists.
The Tulsa shooting came amid another racially-charged case that involves an unarmed black teen shot dead by a neighborhood watch guard in February.
Zimmerman, a watch guard, shot dead Martin on February 26 near his house, claiming he killed the teen in self-defense.
THE US Justice Department is to investigate the shooting of an unarmed black teenager by a neighbourhood watch guard following a day of protests over the incident.
Tender no: LT12101600 Description: QP intends to have maintenance and support services for its existing watch guard mail security firewall licenses with appliances at QP's Data Centre in RAA and extend its current licenses to the new disaster recovery site at Dukhan.
On HBO's "Game of Thrones," the men of the Night's Watch guard the ramparts of the Wall, a 700-foot-high ice barrier with a fortress on top, all of it generated in the computer and composited with the actors.
For those of us who believe that we do not have to watch guard over these pillars, I say look again.
A rail Phattak was installed while a watch guard was also been deputed in the wake of the incident.