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Guardedly
Guarded Guard"ed, a. Cautious; wary; circumspect; as, he was guarded in his expressions; framed or uttered with caution; as, his expressions were guarded. -- Guard"edly, adv. -- Guard"ed*ness, n.

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- "Guarded" is a song by American heavy metal band Disturbed. It was released on June 28, 2005, as a promotional single for their third studio album, Ten...
- In concurrent programming, guarded suspension is a software design pattern for managing operations that require both a lock to be acquired and a precondition...
- Guarded logic is a choice set of dynamic logic involved in choices, where outcomes are limited. A simple example of guarded logic is as follows: if X...
- The Guarded Command Language (GCL) is a programming language defined by Edsger Dijkstra for predicate transformer semantics in EWD472. It combines programming...
- The Guarded Domains of Iran (Persian: ممالک محروسهٔ ایران, Mamâlek-e Mahruse-ye Irân), or simply the Domains of Iran (ممالک ایران, Mamâlek-e Irân) and...
- A five-second closely guarded violation may be called against an offensive player with the ball when that player is guarded closely for five seconds...
- generalized algebraic data type (GADT, also first-class phantom type, guarded recursive datatype, or equality-qualified type) is a generalization of...
- The Guarded Village 1944 (Finnish: Vartioitu kylä 1944) is a 1978 film directed by Timo Linnasalo [fi]. The film is based on the play Vartioitu kylä (1974)...
- programming is a variant of logic programming in which programs are sets of guarded Horn clauses of the form: H :- G1, …, Gn | B1, …, Bn. The conjunction G1...
- wicket with the ball in a number of ways to get a batter out. The wicket is guarded by a batter who, with their bat (and sometimes with their pads, but see...