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Similar words: historianvictorianrhetoricianstentorianvictorian agevaledictoriandoriancorianderMeaning: n. a member of the Praetorian Guard. adj. 1. of or relating to a Roman praetor 2. characteristic of or similar to the corruptible soldiers in the Praetorian Guard with respect to corruption or political venality. 
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(1) A large praetorian bureaucracy filled with ambitious and often sycophantic people makes work and makes trouble.
(2) Most of the Californians act as Mrs Pelosi's praetorian guard in the House, not least because she sometimes gives them a lift home on her official jet.
(3) A large praetorian bureaucracy, filled with ambitious, possessive. and often sycophantic people, makes work and makes trouble(Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr.
(4) In addition to acting as Praetorian Guard, in recent years it has functioned like a corporation, amassing a conglomerate of thousands of companies that operate in every sector of Iran's economy.
(5) As praetorian prefect he is said to have had good judgement whenever he sought to act.
(6) The Praetorian Guard covered the Legate in pitch, set him on fire, and cast him into the depths of the Grand Canyon.
(7) The praetorian legion are allowed to remain in field until your faction leader dies, if this happens shall the legion be disbanded and re-recruited.
(8) Mr Isington operated like the Claudian emperors, with his own Praetorian Guard.
(9) A man better placed to gain the support of the Visigoths was Avitus, praetorian prefect of Gaul from 439.
(10) The justice minister is currently being investigated for insulting the police, who wanted to ban the League's praetorian guard.
(11) Phil. 1:13 So that my bonds have become manifest as being in Christ among the whole Praetorian guard and to all the rest.
(12) Macrinus at first sought to quickly crush the rebellion, by sending his praetorian prefect Ulpius Julianus with a strong cavalry force against them.
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