The use and shielding of these criminals for more than 50 years was and is a massive obstruction of Holocaust justice.
My impression of Leonard is that he is a kind and decent and forthright man, but to the degree of shielding a predator?
Human life is calculated to make us lose every person we love, but who lives happier by shielding himself from love?
Lohan was supposedly spotted outside of a nightclub in the back of an SUV after her hearing, shielding herself with a blanket.
Pope Benedict XVI is now being accused of shielding another pedophile priest.
As to shielding him, I have not the slightest idea as to his whereabouts.
And the shielding that been on the other five engines had melted and run; it was worthless.
That affects you, madame, and if you persist in shielding the guilty, you will see the inside of a prison door.
Or was she shielding someone dearer to her than her own reputation?
And now Lynda was on the floor beside the shabby pair, shielding them as best she could from the last wrench and renunciation.
Old English scield, scild "shield; protector, defense," literally "board," from Proto-Germanic *skelduz (cf. Old Norse skjöldr, Old Saxon skild, Middle Dutch scilt, Dutch schild, German Schild, Gothic skildus), from *skel- "divide, split, separate," from PIE root *(s)kel- (1) "to cut" (see scale (n.1)). Perhaps the notion is of a flat piece of wood made by splitting a log. Shield volcano (1911) translates German Schildvulkan (1910). Plate tectonics sense is from 1906, translating Suess (1888).
Old English gescildan, from the root of shield (n.). Related: Shielded; shielding. Cf. German scilden.
A protective device or structure, such as a lead sheet to protect an individual from x-rays.
A police officer's badge
used in defensive warfare, varying at different times and under different circumstances in size, form, and material (1 Sam. 17:7; 2 Sam. 1:21; 1 Kings 10:17; 1 Chr. 12:8, 24, 34; Isa. 22:6; Ezek. 39:9; Nahum 2:3). Used figuratively of God and of earthly princes as the defenders of their people (Gen. 15:1; Deut. 33:29; Ps. 33:20; 84:11). Faith is compared to a shield (Eph. 6:16). Shields were usually "anointed" (Isa. 21:5), in order to preserve them, and at the same time make the missiles of the enemy glide off them more easily.