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accompany and protect from physical harm

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Paper Pak Industries Chief Executive Officer and President Ron Jensen noted, "After years of manufacturing a wide range of emergency readiness products for militaries and medical facilities around the world, our team of experts developed APLS Body Guard Bio in response to the growing threat of bacteria and virus.
THE BODY GUARD THE old dog looks at me with forgiving eyes He plods, one foot, then another Arthritic in its ground touch demise Each step, a crucial bother A grey green face plain with age The sense of being, now mislaid This black haired giant sleeps all day Awakes to tears, and tries to play His psyche is between me and the world Challenging
After eight years in the Marines, he was employed as a body guard in Iraq, before crossing the Atlantic to work for the American government.
KEN EGAN stopped a former presidential body guard on Saturday night to edge a step closer to winning an unprecedented tenth Irish senior title at the National Stadium in Dublin.
Enderby, formerly lieutenant of the Queen's Body Guard of the Yeoman of the Guard, has been appointed LVO in the Royal Victorian Order, a dynastic order of knighthood and a house order of chivalry recognising distinguished personal service to the order's sovereign.
The commander of an armed group based in India's northeast has given himself up to the authorities, along with his group's deputy military chief, a body guard and seven family members.
Some of those involved include Roy Shaw, the famous bare knuckle fighter, Geoff Thompson, a former doorman who's now a Bafta Award winning writer, celebrity body guard Elijah Shaw and Thomas Silverstein, the American equivalent of Bronson.
With its dysfunctional inmates and public calls for eviction, Parliament is beginning to look more and more like the Big Brother house" Rory Bremner "I have never understood why anyone would submit themselves to the surgeon's scalpel to give the illusion of youth when we've seen so many examples of faces that would look better on a bride for Frankenstein's monster" Broadcaster Jenni Murray "The evils against which the sovereign required protection in 1509 have, I expect, changed a little over the years but the loyalty of the Body Guard remains undimmed.
Summary: A senior rmy general was killed along with his body guard Wednesday when a powerful bomb ripped through his car in front of the Baabda Municipality building as he was driving to work at the Defense Ministry in Yarze.
Resplendent in their red and gold tunics and white ruffled neckwear, the colourful Queen's Body Guard of the Yeomen of the Guard, the oldest of the Royal bodyguards, stood ready to protect the sovereign.
Green tea contains antioxidants that help the body guard against the mutation of cells, which weakens the immune system.
A photo of the building was taken in 1885 when the Governor General's Body Guard were stationed there at the time of the Rebellion.
Nothing fancy - just a couple of personal assistants, a body guard, a make-up artist, manicurist, masseur, and someone whose job it is to make sure Jen's scarf doesn't dangle in puddles.
Ontario's hospital reforms, involving the closing of many hospitals, have been so controversial and contentious that it is said Health Minister Jim Wilson has had to employ a body guard.
As secretary of state from 1947 to 1949, he was so unpretentious that he refused a body guard, saying that he would "rather be murdered than embarrassed.