Full Court Press

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A term used by the CDC for an aggressive approach to a potential epidemic, in which all available resources and manpower are sent to a location
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This revelation was also apparent in our sister services' safety programs, so it was decided at the joint safety level to team up and plan a full court press using the best of each military branch's mishap prevention programs.
Her own full court press: keep everything together;
The nature of the NAMA year is that the full court press of activities comes in March and April with the Agri-Marketing Conference being the culmination of the year's activities.
By naming the 1-2-1-1 full-court zone press the "1 Press," the 2-2-1 zone press the "2 Press," the 2-1-2 full court press the "3 Press," a full court Run and Jump as the "4 Press," and a full-court man-to-man press the "5 Press," the coach can make it easy to learn the names of his zone presses and call them out during the season.
Despite the Jets having only trained once during the last three weeks with the festive period break, they showed no ill effects running out 58-19 victors with an aggressive full court press all game which left Wigan struggling throughout.
Launch what the industry calls "a full court press of marketing activities" to capitalize on the weight-loss claim before the authorities catch up with you.
Israeli forces end their deadliest "Full Court Press" raid in the West Bank for months after killing Nayef Abu Sharkh, the West Bank commander of a militant group within Palestinian Pres Arafat's Fatah faction, including local commanders of the Hamas and Islamic Jihad militant groups.
John Mumford's full court press had Trojans in disarray from the start, and they had little to offer as they turned the ball over repeatedly.
(4) CPSC Monitor, "A Full Court Press to Ban Baby Bath Seats," Vol.
The "Triple Alliance" has started a full court press at OSTA and the DVD Forum to get -ROM drive makers and DVD-Video manufacturers to read -RAM disks.
The papers were sold by Full Court Press Ltd., owned by a group of Aspen residents.