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early warning system

a specific procedure for the early detection of any departure from normal frequencies of clinical cases or serological reactors of specific diseases by monitoring a sample of the population at risk.
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The First Lady and the Department of Education's joint efforts to facilitate and champion the development of an early warning system that the school districts of Pennsylvania can use will help keep thousands of students on the path to high school graduation and a better future," Robert Balfanz, co-director of the Everyone Graduates Center at Johns Hopkins University said.
So maybe the speed with which it came meant that the early warning system didn't work.
14) So, while less than 40 percent of the large agencies surveyed either had or planned to have an early warning system in 1999, the majority of police departments in the country most likely did not have nor plan on implementing such a system at the time.
The MEP said: ``We must push the agenda forward for an early warning system.
We provide a method for constructing a county-level West Nile virus risk map to serve as an early warning system for human cases.
The new product is designed to be used as an early warning system, capable of providing an overall view of Internet attacks as well as methods to counteract the threat.
What's more, that early warning system kick starts the insect's manufacture of detoxification enzymes that will be needed when the plant's attack finally comes.
Executive Software has announced a limited time "buy two get one free" offering of their leading system performance, file recovery and early warning system software.
An early warning system will also be implemented with the help of neighborhood organizations and utilities, with the idea of identifying ownership at risk before they get into further financial trouble.
The Center for Atmosphere Technology and Science (PTSA) of the National Institute of Aeronautics and Space (Lapan) has announced to continue with the development of the early warning system against extreme weather called "Sadewa" (Satellite Disaster Early Warning System).
Summary: Russia on Tuesday announced its early warning system had detected the launch of two ballistic .

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