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sentinel
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Prince Caspian: The Return to Narnia
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  • Trumpkin and the two boys arrived at the dark little stone archway which led into the inside of the Mound, and two sentinel badgers (the white patches on their cheeks were all Edmund could see of them) leaped up with bared teeth and asked them in snarling voices, "Who goes there?"

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  • A sentinel watched our approach.
  • She stood sentinel outside.

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