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watchdog

a dog kept to guard property
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The first is Watchdogs and the other is Forza Horizon.
Further, watchdogs also want more regular checks to ensure banks do not manipulate figures.
That's where WatchDOG dads--or Dads of Great Students--lend a hand to improve school security and serve as role models.
Consumer watchdogs across the European Union are being linked to scupper crooks who fleece victims in one country but operate from another.
The new body would replace the current Rail Passengers' Committee for Wales, one of several watchdogs in Britain which are to be replaced by a single rail watchdog.
EU privacy watchdogs said they believe the right to rectify errors should be guaranteed and an independent redress mechanism should be set up.
Others, watchdogs charge, are little more than venues for lobbyists to exert their influence on the system.
HEALTH watchdogs in Coventry have been praised by regional NHS bosses for their work in representing the interests of city patients.
Waging battle against congressional watchdogs seems an odd fit for a man with a Mr.
IT WatchDogs is the industry leader in IT climate and power monitoring innovation.
Officials of the European Union have agreed to create three financial watchdogs across the region.
Watchdog organizations feed law enforcement agencies information in order to prompt them to go after their enemies, real and imagined," writes political analyst Laird Wilcox in his 1998 study The Watchdogs.