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ALARM

Abbreviation for:
Association of Litigation and Risk Managers
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While Spanish Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero is pursuing a "flexible" policy vis-Ea-vis Morocco, the PP's leader Mariano Rajoy is being alarmingly mistaken concerning the Kingdom, along with Javier Bardem and those who look back nostalgically to communism, he added.
Alarmingly, anyone can right now, today, reach into almost any bank account, pull money out electronically, and, in the short run anyway, get away with it.
This weekend the Tullie House Museum will feature entries to a schools competition highlighting the issue of dog fouling, with work including a colouring competition and, alarmingly, poems and raps about dog poo.
That it should take a figure of such alarmingly mercurial sexuality to summon the spirit world is an idea familiar from contemporary popular culture--characters such as Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Sabrina the Teenage Witch enact an analogue to the strange new world of adulthood in the form of supernatural behavior.
More than 40% for fund-raising and administration is alarmingly high.
For thousands of people requiring home nursing care, rehabilitation services, or immediate surgery in the future, the requisite work force may be alarmingly insufficient.
Well, that would be a state with alarmingly fascistic tendencies, to put it mildly--but it's probably not that helpful to say so, is it?
McKinley, the self-anointed apostle of "liberation," sought an imposed national unity "that would quell discontent, eliminate dissension, and weaken the troublesome republican spirit which had revived so alarmingly during the preceding dozen years," continued Karp.
Their best-case scenario is alarmingly bad," says Levey.
and, most alarmingly, the Angry Boy with a Grudge and a Gun.
These findings "warrant immediate measures to abate the alarmingly high vehicular pollution in Indian cities," she warned.
Certainly, the alarmingly low rate of college completion in our country deserves far greater attention from policymakers than it has received.