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ALARM

Abbreviation for:
Association of Litigation and Risk Managers
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NEWS that Britain came within six hours of running out of gas should set alarm bells ringing.
Big Oggy was between the sticks when Coventry beat favourites Tottenham 3-2 in 1987 and that should have sent alarm bells ringing at Manchester City.
His ride on Embankment for Amanda Perrett was a particularly special one Alarm bells When Fred Done says about costs of live pictures, "At some point bookmakers will say we can't afford it", what will the racecourses do then?
The news Ally McCoist is travelling over to America to meet Miller rather than him coming here has alarm bells clanging as well.
Extra water created by melting ice has set alarm bells ringing in Morpeth, where 1,000 homes and businesses were flooded by the Wansbeck in 2008.
COOKING fires in Stockton are ringing alarm bells with brigade bosses.
That quickly set alarm bells ringing with League officials who immediately docked him 30 points start, leaving him off minus 20, following an investigation which revealed Quinlan had previously played at a high level in the Manchester area.
RYAN GIGGS confirms there are no alarm bells at Old Trafford after Manchester United's shock loss to Bolton.
The engine of the Morris Minor blew up under that competition The alarm bells rang out and the queues formed at the bank of people anxious for their hard earned.
Lucas Radebe feels Leeds can send more alarm bells ringing around Europe tonight with victory against Real Madrid.
STEVE GRITT admitted he heard the alarm bells before Scarborough snatched an undeserved equaliser four minutes from time.
Seeing the figures drop for a second week will set alarm bells ringing.