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park ranger

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpark rangerˈpark ˌranger noun [countable]  American Englishx-ref a ranger(1)
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park rangerBesides hiring more recreation leaders, Brown said the city should assign a park ranger to Chollas Lake at least on weekends.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.Only one structure, the Rotchev House, is original, park ranger Bill Walton says.A man found her wandering around and took her to the park ranger, who called the police.Behind the desk was Jim Bell, the voluble park ranger in charge of the one-room visitors center.
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