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A person or organization that monitors and publicizes the behavior of others (individuals, corporations, governments) to discover undesirable activity.
To guard and warn.
From watch and dog.
A small watchdog ran round barking in front of the harnessed horses.
They also differ in their suitability as companions for small children, as well as in their watchdog skills and trainability.
In parallel to this reset button you need to connect the relay from our watchdog.
Scotland's disabled rights watchdog launched a massive brainstorming session at Stirling University to combat discrimination.
The police watchdog is to conduct a second inquiry into Scotland Yard's controversial Forest Gate anti-terror raid, it has been confirmed.
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