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National Guard

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishNational GuardˌNational ˈGuard noun   the National Guard
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National GuardTwo men who were trapped atop their car for more than a hour were rescued by a National Guard helicopter.The Air National Guard said its planes more than exceeded the minimum required separation of 1,000 feet in altitude.And the National Guard were on the case now.They were forcibly removed by the National Guard a week later.One threatened to call out the National Guard to defend Atlanta's water rights.We hadn't seen the National Guard yet.G.. Kennan wants to call up the National Guard.The National Guard was called out to protect the defendants from lynching during their trials.
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