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ALARM

Abbreviation for:
Association of Litigation and Risk Managers
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You really alarm me, taking the accident so to heart.
The old gentleman was looking at him now in unconcealed alarm.
It was possible that her excited fancy had filled her with a purely visionary alarm.
Nothing was any where to be discovered which could justify the most timid person living in feeling suspicion or alarm.
Fire Alarm Equipment Market - A Curtain Raiser II-2
The issues will be wearily familiar to all those who have tackled industrial alarm strategies: Refinery operators, for example, are faced with thousands of alarm signals from a myriad of instruments and technologies, up to 80 per cent of which require no intervention.
Usually, the equipment alarm, generated by the network equipment, is set as the foundation for alarm management, which has important value in network trend analysis and early warning.
Even though the city government will not be inspecting every single home and apartment building for compliance, it is wise to install an alarm now.
Alarm systems are one helpful tool for alerting staff that someone is leaving or appears to be attempting to leave.
Consumer Reports found that 30% of houses with alarms were broken into, while 52% of homes without systems were burglarized, so having an alarm system matters.
The collection now boasts alarm calls from 13 species, including a chuttering sound from America's most famous marmot, the groundhog.
The Emergency Abuse Response System involves the use of easily installed portable alarm devices that send silent emergency alarm signals to the police.