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ALARM

Abbreviation for:
Association of Litigation and Risk Managers
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Mr Attard said: "The fact that this is a high-security prison must be ringing alarm bells at the most senior level.
This should be raising alarm bells within Police Scotland and efforts need to be made to discover why so many are leaving.
WE'RE bottom of the league and alarm bells do not appear to have been sounded within the walls of St James' Park.
The alarm bells should, however, be ringing loud throughout the industry.
That was Thistle's fifth straight defeat and set alarm bells ringing for Archibald but they bounced back with victory at Dundee United last time out.
John's this week to discuss the future of geographic education in Canada after alarm bells went off when some Memorial University students couldn't locate the Atlantic Ocean on a map.
Alarm bells should certainly ring and what I want to know is have those alarm bells been ringing, have these applications been properly interrogated?
ALARM bells rang when I heard Leona Lewis was pushing back the release of third album Glassheart until next year.
There should have been alarm bells ringing," he said.
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.
When a club has such massive boardroom problems - as Newcastle clearly do - it is inevitable that the strife will seep down to the players and their recent results should have alarm bells ringing out of control on the Tyne.
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.