Run the guard

Definitions

  • Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • Run the guard to get past a guard or sentinel without detection
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Etymology

Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
O. Fr. garder—Old High Ger. warten; A.S. weardian, Eng. ward.

Usage

In literature:

To these bases there must run lines of communication guarded from interruption by the enemy.
"A History of Sea Power" by William Oliver Stevens and Allan Westcott
The "patty rolls" were guards hired by the plantations to keep the slaves from running away.
"Slave Narratives: A Folk History of Slavery in the United States from Interviews with Former Slaves, Arkansas Narratives, Part 4" by Work Projects Administration
A guard is appointed by the General for the prison, and prisoners may run away at any time if not prevented by the guard.
"Games for the Playground, Home, School and Gymnasium" by Jessie H. Bancroft
Since this adventure a stout Swiss peasant had been placed to guard the approaches to the run.
"The Dark Tower" by Phyllis Bottome
You're the big mastiff that guards the house, while I run and yip.
"Free Air" by Sinclair Lewis
For Hal knew that, when the alarm is sounded, accompanied by the sound of a shot, the corporal and the guard come on the dead run.
"Uncle Sam's Boys in the Ranks" by H. Irving Hancock
Then he stood guard with the rest, and they succeeded in keeping all teams and passers-by from running into danger till the repair men came.
"Sure Pop and the Safety Scouts" by Roy Rutherford Bailey
You are right to protect sleeping heroes, but I'm afraid I must run the guard, as my business is urgent.
"The Strollers" by Frederic S. Isham
I'll take guard duty to-night, and you can run the job to-morrow.
"Two Thousand Miles Below" by Charles Willard Diffin
Before the wheels of the express had ceased to move I was out on the platform, and running up to the guard of the express.
"The International Spy" by Allen Upward
And we ought to run a guard on the west from that field of winter wheat to the county road.
"Chicken Little Jane on the Big John" by Lily Munsell Ritchie
Let the guard revive and run to Dugald with the news.
"The Barbarians" by John Sentry
Excuse me five minutes, while I run over to the guard-house.
"'Laramie;'" by Charles King
The enemy attacked us with small parties at 10:30 o'clock 12 miles out, and my front guards had a running Are with them most of the afternoon.
"The Struggle for Missouri" by John McElroy
The run-a-way, who was Frisk to be sure, wore a coat and cap like the guard, and made a sad noise at his hard fate.
"The Third Little Pet Book, with the Tale of Mop and Frisk" by Frances Elizabeth Barrow
Guards were stationed on breastworks and the surrendered prisoners permitted to run at large.
"An Artilleryman's Diary" by Jenkin Lloyd Jones
M. Rodolph," exclaimed Rigolette, running in, pale and trembling, "a commissary of police and the guard have come here.
"The Mysteries of Paris, Volume 3 of 6" by Eugène Sue
There were theatrical and other entertainments, and the cadets, when they could not get permission to attend these, used to run the guard.
"Dick Hamilton's Cadet Days" by Howard R. Garis
The central tube runs downward toward the Lake, and opens out near a tower that guards the water front.
"Old Farm Fairies:" by Henry Christopher McCook
The dragoon guards are numbered separately from 1 to 7, while dragoons, hussars, and lancers run consecutively from 1 to 21.
"The New Gresham Encyclopedia. Vol. 1 Part 2" by Various
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In poetry:

His orders run through all their hosts,
Legions descend at his command
To shield and guard the British coasts,
When foreign rage invades our land.
"Hymn 112" by Isaac Watts
And, oh! ye nymphs of P?on! who preside
O'er running rill and salutary stream.
Guard ye in future well the halcyon tide
From the rude death-shriek and the dying scream.
"Elegy Occasioned" by Henry Kirke White

In news:

STEALING THE SHOW—Squaws' guard Courtney Scherer earned a free bucket in the fourth quarter sparking a 7-0 Bellmont run that gave them the lead for good against Blackhawk on Tuesday night.
The Jacksonville Jaguars have placed starting guard Michael Brewster on injured reserve and signed running back Keith Toston.
BYU head coach Bronco Mendenhall knew exactly what Ole Miss wanted to do Saturday — run the ball as much as possible and guard against turnovers.
He thinks the guard and the inmate were trying a test run to see if they could eventually use burritos to smuggle in contraband.
Before the vote, GOP nominee Mitt Romney and his running mate (Rep. Paul Ryan, in the background) were guarded by watchful Secret Service agents.
Knicks guard Jason Kidd runs back on defense during Tuesday's 100-97 win vs the Nets.
So Epps subbed in reserve sophomore guard Juliann Miller to run the point.
Kansas guard Ben McLemore pumps his fist as he celebrates a run by the Jayhawks against Chattanooga during the second half on Thursday, Nov 15, 2012 at Allen Fieldhouse.
Kentucky point guard Ryan Harrow talks about the conditioning program of running the morning John Calpari has started with team.
Watching the NBA Conference Finals has underlined the importance of a solid starting point guard, especially for a deep playoff run.
Doug Kapustin MCT Baltimore's Sam Koch catches Oakland off guard, scoring on a seven-yard run on a fake field-goal attempt in the third quarter.
The 36-year-old guard played like a revitalized All-Star, scoring eight of his 15 points during a decisive 10-0 run to send the Nuggets past the Pacers 92-89.
Golden has a reputation as a scorer, but he runs the offense for a Tennessee team that doesn't really have a proven pure point guard.
AP Photo/David GoldmanColumbia (Decatur, Ga.) rising senior guard Tahj Shamsid-Deen has won three state titles in three years running the point for the Eagles.
The standard VS18 and VS188 models have wide guard spacing to reduce buildup and cleaning time to ensure fans are running at maximum capacity all year long.
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In science:

Since most shared memory operations are well guarded by synchronization operations, instrumenting the potential data races (including all real data races and a few false positives) only brings little performance overheads to the production run and the replay run.
Efficient Deterministic Replay Using Complete Race Detection
The final value of σ8 will require a joint analysis of the entire body of fluctuatio n data (CMB, LSS, Ly-α), which again awaits the next round of CMB data. (3) We still do not understand the density run of matter in galaxies, and uncertainty here generated a modest rear-guard attack on the Key Project value of H0 .
CIW Cosmology Symposium: Conference Summary -- Observations
If no solution candidates for trap t r are collected to M inH ea p on the first run, then the guards are weakened by emptying the tabu list Tabut r,l .
Constraint-Based Heuristic On-line Test Generation from Non-deterministic I/O EFSMs
It is easy to check that the guard g is satisfied by the run and taking ith loop and (n + i)th loop equal number times ensures resetting the counter values to zero.
Taming Past LTL and Flat Counter Systems
Conversely, if there is a run ρ respecting P and starting with configuration conf0(q0 ) such that the configuration conf0(qf ) is reachable, then the guard g ensures that the valuation v satisfies Φ where for all i ∈ [1, n], we have v (pi ) = ⊤ def⇔ iterP (ρ)[i] ≥ 2.
Taming Past LTL and Flat Counter Systems
YP has transitions without disjunctions in guards, 2. existence of a run respecting P is equivalent to the existence of a path schema in YP having a run respecting it, 3. each path schema in YP is obtained from P by unfolding loops so that the terms in each loop satisfy the same atomic guards.
Taming Past LTL and Flat Counter Systems
Otherwise, if the term maps do not satisfy the guards, then there does not exist any run and hence finit (i) is undefined.
Taming Past LTL and Flat Counter Systems
In case, at any position, we reach some term maps that does not satisfy some guard, the procedure is aborted as it means that there does not exist any run.
Taming Past LTL and Flat Counter Systems
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