Meaning: a member of a military unit trained as shock troops for hit-and-run raids
fire_warden, forest_fire_fighter, ranger
Meaning: an official who is responsible for managing and protecting an area of forest
Meaning: a member of the Texas state highway patrol; formerly a mounted lawman who maintained order on the frontier
"Chop it!" commanded a Ranger.
The wagon-shed was an excellent place for ambush; and the ranger got inside it safely.
He rides like those latter-day centaurs--the Australian ranger and the American cowboy.
Tonia dropped the lariat, twisted herself around, and curved a lemon- tinted arm over the ranger's shoulder.
There was a quick turn of the figure, but no movement to obey, so the ranger pumped in the bullets--one--two--three--and then twice more; for you never could be too sure of bringing down the Cisco Kid.
He had escaped capture because he could shoot five-sixths of a second sooner than any sheriff or ranger in the service, and because he rode a speckled roan horse that knew every cow-path in the mesquite and pear thickets from San Antonio to Matamoras.
The captain turned the colour of brick dust under his tan, and forwarded the letter, after adding a few comments, per ranger Private Bill Adamson, to ranger Lieutenant Sandridge, camped at a water hole on the Nueces with a squad of five men in preservation of law and order.