Guard or guards may refer to:
Other articles related to "guard":
... An imperial guard or palace guard is a special group of troops (or a member thereof) of an empire, typically closely associated directly with the Emperor or Empress ... Napoleon's Imperial Guard is an example of this ... Some empires maintained guard units, such as the British Empire, which still exist ...
... The artillery of the Guard, therefore, came into action above Ligny to prepare Blücher's centre for assault ... a thunderstorm but, as this passed over, the guns opened and the Old Guard, supported by the reserve cavalry – the Grenadiers à Cheval de la Garde Impériale ... assault to be delivered by Gerard and the Guard, with Milhaud moving on their right flank ...
... The United States Coast Guard dealt with "absolutely incredible, unbelievable" conditions within the Gulf of Mexico ... Seven of its crew died when a Coast Guard helicopter was forced back to base due to low fuel levels after rescuing three of their crew ... In all, the Coast Guard rescued 235 people from over 100 boats across the Gulf of Mexico during the tempest ...
... The term has been used in fiction Imperial Guard, a group of alien warriors in the Marvel Comics universe that are charged with the duty of serving the Shi'ar Empire ... Emperor's Royal Guard, Emperor Palpatine's personal protectors in the Star Wars universe ... The Imperial Guard (Warhammer 40,000), the army of the Imperium in the Warhammer 40,000 tabletop miniature wargame ...
... Guard (computer science), in programming language, an expression that directs program execution Guard (information security), a device for ...
Famous quotes containing the word guard:
“Ye Mariners of England
That guard our native seas!
Whose flag has braved a thousand years
The battle and the breeze!”
—Thomas Campbell (17741844)
“Let us guard against saying that death is opposed to life. The living is merely a species of the dead, and a very rare species.”
—Friedrich Nietzsche (18441900)
“Irony, forsooth! Guard yourself, Engineer, from the sort of irony that thrives up here; guard yourself altogether from taking on their mental attitude! Where irony is not a direct and classic device of oratory, not for a moment equivocal to a healthy mind, it makes for depravity, it becomes a drawback to civilization, an unclean traffic with the forces of reaction, vice and materialism.”
—Thomas Mann (18751955)