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ALARM

Abbreviation for:
Association of Litigation and Risk Managers
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After a spectacular start to the campaign at Old Trafford, Saha's form slumped alarmingly and he finished with just eight league goals.
Most alarmingly, the paradoxes and conceptual convolutions that propagate themselves so freely on the wall reproduce themselves as readily in the vexed and dizzied understanding of the viewer; not only is one forced, for instance, to think of the surrounding wall as an element within the moveable painting it happens to support, but also to accept this intuition as anomalous and futile.
The incidence of cybercrime in its many forms has been rising alarmingly in recent years.
G-strings Alarmingly, the dental floss-sized under-garment has been adopted as the underwear of choice by celebs everywhere.
I have to be happy with that," said the manager whose side had slipped alarmingly in the league since their heroic cup exploits.
Dental disease is alarmingly widespread here in Santa Barbara County, and is debilitating for many children who are forced to attend school in pain.
The film spends its first hour vainly trying to establish a playful vibe on Hawaii's North Shore, introducing its low-rent characters, which include petty thief Jack (Owen Wilson, in slumming mode) and the thrill-seeking vixen Nancy (model Sara Foster, whose figure alarmingly redefines the hourglass type).
I can't wait to hear what the psychologists think about this season's alarmingly long and juicy cucumbers.
Broadband penetration in New Zealand remains alarmingly low despite significant adoption during 2005.
An important business dinner goes badly in a hypnotically fascinating way, as Esther drinks too much wine, starts fantasizing new, nerveless appendages and flirts alarmingly with a steak knife, all while her companions chatter away about cities they don't like as much as Paris.
Alarmingly, however, David Coleman - the only man to sound more like his Spitting Image puppet than himself - is only under contract until next April.
Most companies have instituted defenses against viruses and spam but alarmingly spend far less time and effort on countering other content-based attacks," said David Guyatt, Clearswift's CEO.