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ALARM

Abbreviation for:
Association of Litigation and Risk Managers
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She had not been used to feel alarm from wind, but now every blast seemed fraught with awful intelligence.
He stood still in alarm--in almost superstitious alarm, for a moment; then all mists seemed to clear away from his eyes; he was conscious of nothing but light and joy and ecstasy; his breath came and went; but the moment passed.
It was full of alarm for him, and sympathy and affection, while she looked around at the others with flashing, angry eyes.
You really alarm me, taking the accident so to heart.
The old gentleman was looking at him now in unconcealed alarm.
Before Anne could reply, the lad's voice reached them from the bedroom floor, raised in shrill alarm, and screaming "Fire
She had come out from her bedroom, when the alarm was given; had looked at the flaming curtains; and had drawn back, stolidly submissive, into a corner to wait the event.
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.
In an effort to save money, some LTC facilities purchase these personal alarms instead of medical grade Anti-Fall Monitors and attach them to a resident's bed or wheelchair with a tether.
Katchadourian has calibrated her recordings to the double-take point where their rhythms replicate the artificial tweets, shrieks, and dying falls of normal alarms but retain a depth that betrays them as the voices of living beings.
In the United States alone, solving the problem of false alarms would by itself relieve 35,000 officers from providing an essentially private service.