Guard [noun]

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The guard is one of just two players who have played at least 20 of the team’s 22 outings as Washington dealt with the coronavirus outbreak and a mélange of other injuries already this season.

So it’s important for fans not to let down their guard as the Super Bowl approaches.

Masks and distancing are key to gathering safely, she said, noting that people often let their guard down while celebrating.

“This client ended up getting her $600, the second stimulus payment, a couple of days later, which kind of caught us off guard,” Gollihare said.

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Nick Allegretti has been the fill-in starter at left guard since Mitchell Schwartz left an October game with a back injury and has yet to return.

Andrew Wylie will take over at right tackle, with Stefen Wisniewski replacing him at guard.

Starting guard Nahiem Alleyne picked up his fourth foul, and moments later, Cattoor, a reserve guard, also went to the bench with four.

Porzingis flashed deep shooting range in the bubble, and his presence as a floor-stretching center opened wide driving lanes for Doncic and the Mavericks’ other guards.

Meanwhile, Israel will be vaccinating prison guards, but not the Palestinian political prisoners they oversee, he adds.