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ranger in Occupations topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishrangerrang‧er /ˈreɪndʒə $ -ər/ noun [countable]  1 BOTAsomeone whose job is to look after a forest or area of countryside a park ranger2 DLC (also ranger guide) a girl who belongs to a part of the Guide Association in Britain, for girls between the ages of 14 and 19
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rangerSaturday night was capped by a ranger program, goodies and campfire stories.He was, however, not a ranger but an interpreter.There are now four full time countryside rangers and two seasonal rangers during the summer months.Read in studio A forest ranger who uses a chainsaw to fell trees is now using it to sculpt the wood.Gerard Baker picked up his ranger hat from the ground where he had set it and walked me to my car.We got away and were finally rescued by a park ranger.Newman, who worked part-time as a Cheltenham school crossing guard and park ranger, has no prior record.He phoned an animal helpline, which got the Devon moor's rangers to mount a search.