early warning system


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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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Jars of chili peppers have early warning systems on the label.
The missile attack early warning system detected 14 Russian and foreign missile launches in 2015," the head of the Aerospace Forces' 15th army, Gen.
Saeed Aleem said that floods need an urgent attention and focus to upgrade the flood forecasting and early warning system timely and accurately.
is credited with first proposing an early warning system in 1868, which he described in an article printed by The San Francisco Daily Bulletin, the Iranian telegraph operator living on the edge of desert likely had no access to American newspapers.
The GLOF early warning system we established in Punakha has been very expensive.
In 2012, missile attack early warning systems detected about 40 launches of foreign and domestic ballistic missiles and space rockets," Col Alexei Zolotukhin said.
By developing the first early warning system for urinary catheter blockage we hope we can offer doctors and nursing staff an accurate way of predicating and preventing encrustation before it is too late.
Parts of an early warning system installed after a huge 2004 tsunami killed more than 226,000 people had been stolen but overall the system still worked, said the head of the meteorological agency, Sri Woro Harijono.
Under an early warning system secured by NAA/NMHC and others, FHA reports that it is close to exhausting its multifamily housing credit subsidy for FY 2010.
The early warning system is part of a multi-organisational programme involving the BASC, Defra, RSPB, British Trust for Ornithology, and the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-15 December 2005-Finnish consortium presents recommendations for Early Warning System in Thailand(C)1994-2005 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
Companies protecting their expensive product patents need this type of information, as do pharmaceutical companies that may need to have an early warning system for, say, medical breakthroughs in another corner of the world, or harmful drug interactions.

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