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guarding

[′gärd·iŋ]
(electricity)
A method of eliminating surface-leakage effects from measurements of electrical resistance which employs a low-resistance conductor in the vicinity of one of the terminals or a portion of the measuring circuit.
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Operators and maintenance personnel need a basic working knowledge of the areas where guarding should be in place.
Guarding the homeland took on an added dimension when the Army Guard's new 100th Missile Defense Bde.
For example, wherever I travel these days, I see people guarding things.