A man, or body of men, stationed to protect or control a person or position; a watch; a sentinel.
Any fixture or attachment designed to protect or secure against injury, soiling, or defacement, theft or loss
That part of a sword hilt which protects the hand.
Ornamental lace or hem protecting the edge of a garment.
An extension of the deck of a vessel beyond the hull; esp., in side-wheel steam vessels, the framework of strong timbers, which curves out on each side beyond the paddle wheel, and protects it and the shaft against collision.
A plate of metal, beneath the stock, or the lock frame, of a gun or pistol, having a loop, called a bow, to protect the trigger.
A piece of protective paper over an illustration or plate
Protective devices that help cover power tool blades or grinding heads. Varieties include "Blade Guards" and "Cutter Guards." Never use a tool if the required guard has been removed or is not functioning properly.
A stone that is placed in a position so that it can protect another stone from being hit.
A stone that is placed in a position so that it may protect or potentially protect another stone.
Heavy potruding timber running the length of the hull at decklevel, to protect the hull plating during docking. Guards are a typical feature of coastal and inland shipping, ocean liners do not have permanent 'fenders'.
The part of a sword between the blade and handle that protects the duelling hand.
A rock between the hog line and the house that can be used to protect rocks in the house.
A protective device fitted to the machine to minimize the possibility of inadvertent contact with hazards.
Common term for the Telanthan City Guard, a division of Duke Telan's Second Infantry Army; formed for the policing and protection of Telantha proper; post-Cataclysm: the largest organization of the Virothian military. The Guard is a volunteer army, and does not practice conscription.
a group of men who escort and protect some important person
watch over or shield from danger or harm; protect; "guard my possessions while I'm away"
protect against a challenge or attack; "Hold that position behind the trees!"; "Hold the bridge against the enemy's attacks"
a creature hired by the king to protect himself and his kingdom
a device that provides some measure of protection from machine hazards
a window watching application that can close pop up windows and protect documents, folders or applications on your computer
a shot made either to protect a stone in the scoring area or to block the other team's attempts to score.
A cross-piece that seperates the handle from the blade of a knife or sword and protects the users hand. In swords this is also called the hilt.
One who is assigned to a station, beat, or patrol area in a Federal building or a building under Federal control to prevent illegal entry of persons or property or the illegal removal of persons or property; or required to stand watch at or to patrol a Federal reservation, industrial area, or other area designated by Federal authority, in order to protect life and property; make observations for detection of fire, trespass, unauthorized removal of public property or hazards to Federal personnel or property. No entries for H
The guard is the section usually between the grip and the blade that protects the wielders hand. The guard can be in many forms such as a Cross Guard, Basket, Disc etc.
The part of the hilt which protects the hand.
The guard is a separate piece of metal attached between the blade and the top of the handle to protect hands from the edge during cutting.
Any NPC which kills mobs and/or enemy PCs when within a given range.
A part or attachment to protect personnel from accidentally contacting a potentially hazardous area.
(i.) the protective shell of the weapon (ii.) a protective stance e.g. guard of sixte
A condition used with an accept statement or a protected entry that specifies when it can be invoked.
The part of the weapon that acts to protect the hand.
the part of the hilt to protect the sword hand
A stone played to protect another.
The section of the sword hilt whose purpose is to protect the wielder's hand. It may take of the shape of a simple bar, a steel basket, a flat disc, or several other forms.
A special type of NPC that stands around alternately glowering dubiously at some players and smiling warmly at others. The job of these level 45ish characters in full plate armour is to protect their cities from being invaded by giant skunks and wasps and to kill newbie bards who just bought Chords of Dissonance and forgot to turn it off. Have a nasty habit of being AWOL when a player needs help with some pissed-off MOB on his tail, only to appear suddenly ten miles from nowhere to "save" you from a yellow con you had down to 5HP.
Part of the weapon between the blade and handle; protects the hand (also: "bell-guard")
A shot that lands in front of the house. Guards are used so that future rocks will curl around it and be protected.
The position in which the blade is held.
A particular placement of the sword and swordarm. Especially as a preparatory position. There are 8 guards. Also: that part of the hilt that protects the hand. (variously called the coquille, bell, shell or cup.)
the metal cup or bow that protects the hand from being hit. Also, the defensive position assumed when not attacking.
Any device that protects against injury or loss.
The metal piece located where the blade and the handle meet. It is designed to stop the hand from slipping into the blade. Click here for illustration
Onsite security officer who comprises the response function in a physical protection system.