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He was dressed as a mail guard, with a wig on his head and most enormous cuffs to his coat, and had a lantern in one hand, and a huge blunderbuss in the other, which he was going to stow away in his little arm-chest.
These customers require the hardware platform, operating system, application firewall and mail guard to be evaluated under internationally-recognised criteria, requiring very special levels of security knowledge and development expertise.
If it's particularly dangerous she gets back-up - known as a Mail Guard - although she does carry her own weapon.
With this tier, NSA-approved trusted gateway, secure Web proxies, and secure mail guard technologies may be employed to ensure information confidentiality, integrity, and availability for critical mission functions, or extremely sensitive information.
This includes interconnecting the SIPRNET with the NIPRNET, Internet or anything else, or enabling a secret-and-below-interoperability guard such as a mail guard, data guard or data diode;
The CFMCC N6 staff assisted users with registration, and we loaded Classify software, which preconfigures mail guard classification line options for users to choose from.
Marine mail guards in the 1920s armed with Model 1917 Winchester and Model 10 Remington Trench Guns.
He escaped in 2009 by vaulting out of the dock at a court in Burnley as he faced trial over the PS25,000 armed robbery of Royal Mail guards.