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sentinel

/sen·ti·nel/ (sen´tĭ-n'l) one who gives a warning or indicates danger.

sentinel

a recording mechanism, such as an animal, a farm or a veterinarian, posted explicitly to record a possible occurrence or series of occurrences in a prospective surveillance program.

sentinel loop
a distended loop of small intestine associated with acute pancreatitis; visible in abdominal x-rays.
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WhiteHat extended the Sentinel product family to meet the growing demand from current and prospective customers that require a solid foundation of website security regardless of their size.
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The Sentinel not only serves as the backdrop for resident activities; staff events are hosted there, as well.
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With Unisys Storage Sentinel, all storage resources--no matter where they are or how they are attached--can be managed as one storage network, from one management dashboard.
Sentinel blows the foam with a blend of CO2, nitrogen, and other gases.