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watchdog

a dog kept to guard property
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Benitez said that as far as the Visayan watchdog is concerned, its accomplishment is the awareness it has created about such price difference.
Christofias "has shown understanding about the problems the watchdog faces and the work it has done," Spyridakis said.
The WatchDog LRIT ship terminal transmits all required information in an LRIT automatic position report, including the identity and position coordinates of the ship with a date and time stamp.
What's the world coming to when Watchdog has to manufacture its own victims?
After contacting the FA media office, Watchdog was told "we are happy to work with Ticketmaster" and insisted "the matter is now closed".
In total, Environmental Watchdog said 25 companies and five trade associations that contributed nearly $2.
Political watchdogs note that lawmakers make a bigger name for themselves by launching new caucuses than joining existing ones.
To address the critical network security issues, WiFi Watchdog 2.
Watchdog will tonight question the value for money taxpayers get from their MPs.
Because Webcam Watchdog uses the Internet along with its built-in Java capability, there is no need to buy and install any software to view the images being captured.
RADIO and TV presenter Nicky Campbell was last night poised to take over from Anne Robinson as host of the hit consumer show Watchdog.
These devices integrate a low voltage reset, power-on-reset, watchdog timer and various memory configurations including 16K, 32K, 64K and 128Kbit nonvolatile memory depending on device.