Protection


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Protection

1. See: Call protection.

2. A slang term for a credit default swap.
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Tomorrow he might be assaulting the ramparts of her father's castle, but today he was joyously offering to sacrifice his life for her--had she been the daughter of a charcoal burner he would have done no less--it was enough that she was a woman and in need of protection.
Life is no longer safe in England with the King spending his time and money with foreign favorites and buying alien soldiery to fight against his own barons, instead of insuring the peace and protection which is the right of every Englishman at home.
I am not to give up my right to your protection and patronage, because you have commended my book: for though I acknowledge so many obligations to you, I do not add this to the number; in which friendship, I am convinced, hath so little share: since that can neither biass your judgment, nor pervert your integrity.
Negatively, at least, I may be allowed to say, that had I been sensible of any great demerit in the work, you are the last person to whose protection I would have ventured to recommend it.
Her presence had seemed a blessing to them, but it would be unfair to her to keep her in poverty and want when Providence afforded her such powerful protection.
People here called him my sorcerer, my servant and sword-bearer; but to me he was father, mother, protection, refuge and peace.
Let them come and pull the roof about our ears; let them burn us out of house and home; I'd neither have the protection of their leader, nor chalk their howl upon my door, though, for not doing it, they shot me on my own threshold.
Head Protection Equipment - The Fastest Growing Product Segment II-20
Research, however, has shown that while a child protection element should be included in the majority of Initial Teacher Education courses, it has been allocated less than one hour in 17% of those surveyed (Baginsky, 2001).
If we had a ground fault on a transmission line, the older protection was not sensitive to detect the fault," said Elliott.
Secondary storage with sensitive, trusted and regulated data calls for greater due diligence in its protection.

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