His bike ran into a guard-rail.
It is a warm February afternoon and the sun is streaming through the open doors of a large, airy farmhouse set at the far end of a guarded estate outside Libya's capital, Tripoli.
A colossal bullfrog of a guard, in an olive -green uniform with red epaulets, is spitting at us in Russian while a huge alsatian strains at the leash, barking ferociously.
In a generic sequence diagram, a condition appears as a guard with the message name above the horizontal call arrow.
Most off -putting may be the description by Christos Tsiolkas, the Australian author of The Slap, in his novel Dead Europe, which may not be suitable even for a Guardian reader's breakfast table;
If it's safe to exit the car, go behind a guardrail.
He manages to knock down a guard and grab a knife.
You make a Bluff check to fast- talk a guard, con a merchant, gamble, pass off a disguise or fake documentation, and otherwise tell lies.
There, its edge acts like a guard rail, preventing the forefoot from sliding off the footed during hard cuts (see figure 2).
In practice, you should place the certifier under lock and key and may even put a guard (an actual person!) in charge of handing out the key via a very controlled mechanism.