*/1 an electronic device attached to someone to monitor their movement/
*/2 a children’s game in which one chases the rest, and anyone who is caught then becomes the person doing the chasing/
*n.b. See Oxford Paperback Dictionary Thesaurus & Wordpower Guide p925.
Here is a word that reminds me of the earlier years when I came to leave at the shadow of the metropolis in search of greener pastures and the ease to live within reach of the capital’s offerings. When I moved into Arcadia in the early 2000s the environment was far more different than it is today. The flatslands entrances did not have barriers in a form of walls or palisade fences. There were no gates to get through before you entered into a unit. You simply walked through and got in.