Panic Button

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A silent remote alarm used to alert security personnel located at a distance of the need for help in managing a violent patient
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1 ASTON VILLA manager Paul Lambert says he will not press the panic button - but statistics would suggest he has every right to after his side slipped into the Premier League bottom three with their 1-0 defeat to Southampton.
Dubai, Jan 20( ANI ): England captain Andrew Strauss has refused to press the panic button in the wake of the emphatic 10-wicket defeat at the hands of Pakistan in the first Test match in Dubai.
MARCO PAIXAO insists now is not the time to press the panic button despite Hamilton's 1-0 defeat against Dundee United on Saturday.
But he managed to press the panic button to raise the alarm, jamming shut the rear door of Archbold Wines in Trevor Terrace, North Shields.
BLUES manager Alex McLeish is refusing to press the panic button despite his side slipping into the Premier League's relegation zone.
He said: "There is no need to press the panic button.
I expected someone to press the panic button and take the muffins off the shelf," she said.
LABOUR chiefs were last night preparing to press the panic button as a shock new poll for the Sunday Mirror revealed the Tories hot on their trail.
England coach Andy Robinson has refused to press the panic button following his team's dismal start to their Six Nations campaign and made just one change for Sunday's clash against unbeaten title contenders Ireland in Dublin.
Rod Brown insists there will be no need to press the panic button at Redditch United.
HIS side may have lost four in a row without scoring a goal and won just one in eight - but Newport County boss Peter Nicholas is refusing to press the panic button, writes Mark Bloom.
But Davies, who is already planning to make at least two new signings, is refusing to press the panic button and will continue to give the players time to gel.