well-guarded

well-guarded

adj (well guarded when postpositive)
1. having sufficient protection from danger or harm
2. kept private or out of the public eye: well-guarded secrets.
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Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- While the presence of a NATO contingent in Estonia, a Baltic state on Russia's Northwest border, was never a secret, the presence of American troops at an alleged covert base apparently was a well-guarded secret.
"Having well-guarded beaches is the basic right of the citizens and we ensure that this service is provided unhindered by our NGO, free of cost," Syed Muhammad Ahsan, Chief Administrator of Pakistan Life Saving Foundation (PALS Rescue), "Our lifeguards have to be very vigilant during the monsoon season so as to avoid any unforeseen events and there is a dire need to expand our services, something that is highly dependent on fund generation and we appeal to all citizens, to organisations and especially to the corporate sector to come forward with donations to keep the service going.
The Samar Secret Kitchens came from the idea that these well-guarded culinary secrets have been kept for decades, if not centuries.
With Jerrick Ahanmisi well-guarded, the ball swung the way of rookie Aaron Fermin, who hit a triple with 44 seconds left to put Adamson University behind by three.
Those belonging to high income groups live in well-guarded upscale localities.
"Apartment residents live in a very safe environment, well-guarded by security and this should be factored in while calculating their risk profile", said Raja Sekhar Kommu, CEO, ApnaComplex.
There is an old saying that one becomes more insecure when one presumes oneself to be well-guarded. We need to be prepared and alert to face any internal or external threat to the country.
He also blamed clan based politics for turbulences he has faced since 2013."We have had an interest to build a standard airport in Mandera to serve and save locals from an impending emergency at the current airstrip we are using but some individuals have selfishly frustrated this," he said.LOCALS INCITEDAccording to the governor, some powerful individuals have incited locals against his ambition and exaggerated the size of the land needed for the project whose cost is a well-guarded secret.
By the sixth end, having stolen points in three consecutive ends, Scotland had established a 6-2 lead but in the seventh, Slovakia's fourth player Dusan Pitonak took advantage of a well-guarded house and a Scotland miss with their last stone, to make a draw into the house for three points.
" The 36-year-old joined Arsenal from Chelsea in 2015 and still holds several Premier League records, including the most well-guarded goalkeeper (202 in 443 games).
Rahul Preeth Doha Companies operating in Qatar are well-guarded against potential cyber-attacks, but need constant vigilance against ever-evolving cybercriminals, said Cezary Murawski, the general manager of information security leader Remah.
Sure people may soon be able to swim in Manila Bay, but it should be on a well-guarded place or destination.