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ALARM

Abbreviation for:
Association of Litigation and Risk Managers
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By their uncertain light she thought she could discern it to be drawn by four horses; and this, while it told the excess of her poor mother's alarm, gave some explanation to such unexpected rapidity.
You really alarm me, taking the accident so to heart.
The old gentleman was looking at him now in unconcealed alarm.
They likewise dwelt upon the cannibal propensities of the Happars, a subject which they were perfectly aware could not fail to alarm us; while at the same time they earnestly disclaimed all participation in so horrid a custom.
While in this plight, a troop of Buffalo came trotting by in great alarm.
On the day following the alarm just mentioned, several parties arrived from different directions, and were met and conducted by some of the braves to the council lodge, where they reported the events and success of their expeditions, whether of war or hunting; which news was afterwards promulgated throughout the village, by certain old men who acted as heralds or town criers.
Options include RS485 Modbus communications or a second alarm relay.
Replacing a "hard-wired" alarm is almost as easy as replacing a battery-powered version.
Yet some people are still unaware of the law and the dangers of not having at least one CO alarm in their homes or the housing units they manage.
OTIS will be a research tool for alarm companies operating on the local, regional and national level," said SIAC Executive Director Stan Martin.
The team did background research to learn how they could make an alarm system that would alert everyone efficiently and accurately.
Although installing an alarm system in your home is certainly beneficial (homes with an electronic security system are roughly two to three times less likely to be burglarized than homes without one), false alarms have stretched police resources thin, according to the International Association of Chiefs of Police.