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The main part of a document or advertisement. The body provides the most detailed information compared to other parts of a document. Especially in marketing, it is intended to elicit the desired response from the reader.
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uk/news/5284747/meghan-markle-female-bodyguard-kate-middleton/) The Sun , the royal family is currently hiring a bodyguard for the "Suits" alum.
Elharar said he was recording a video of Carey's bodyguard roughing up another fan and the bodyguard noticed that.
As a general rule, a bodyguard needs to be alive, since he had been tapped to keep his employer safe and protected,' Escaler (not his real name) said.
The Hitman's Bodyguard is a fitfully entertaining, testosterone-saturated romp that borrows the basic premise of the 1977 Clint Eastwood thriller The Gauntlet and orchestrates mayhem around the fractious on-screen chemistry of its two leads.
SOME SEATS MAY HAVE A RESTRICTED VIEW: Justin Bieber and friend enjoy some very close protection from a bodyguard at a basketball game - it's not known what the people sitting behind thought of him
excuse me this is the new korean president's bodyguard pic.
However, following the election of Moon Jae-in as head of state, this fan culture would extend to politics, particularly to one of the new president's bodyguards.
Summary: Mount Lebanon's Accusatory Body Tuesday released on bail the bodyguards of former MP Hasan Yaacoub, six months after their arrest, the state-run National News Agency reported.
After Adele disappeared from the limelight for almost three years, she now comes back with an award-winning album and a new, hot, bodyguard -- former Mr.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- Three of Antonio Castro Soto Del Valle's -- the son of former Cuban leader Fidel Castro -- bodyguards attacked photographers from a news agency for filming the younger Castro during his vacation in Turkey's resort district of Bodrum on Wednesday, according to the Doy-an news agency.
Robert Gavin urged the board to implement a strategy to provide bodyguard and protective services worldwide, irrespective of geographical location and the board agreed unanimously.
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