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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GLENTORAN boss Alan McDonald is refusing to push the panic button after Tuesday's 4-2 defeat to Ballymena United left the Oval club's title dream rolling on the ropes.
Agathe won't push the panic button either at the loss of the suspended Bobo Balde for the trip to Spain.
RONNIE JEPSON insists he will not push the panic button at Gillingham despite the club's nightmare start to the season.
ICE HOCKEY: Fife Flyers won't push the panic button despite losing to Dundee Texol Stars and rookies Newcastle Vipers.
Although the Saints have been stuttering of late, McDonnell is not about to push the panic button after Friday's loss.
BILLY DAVIES last night refused to push the panic button but admitted he could do with two more players as Motherwell seek to chalk up their first SPL win of the new season.
And Neilson insisted there is no need to push the panic button. "I think Kilmarnock and St Mirren are the first teams in the league to beat us here outside the outside of the Old Firm," he added.
DESPITE losing their last three matches, Athlone Town boss Michael O'Connor is refusing to push the panic button.
The defeat leaves Newcastle one place off the bottom of the table - but director of rugby Rob Andrew is refusing to push the panic button.
WORCESTER - It isn't time to push the panic button, but as Assumption College sophomore forward Mike Baldarelli said, the Greyhounds have reached the point of the season when every game is the biggest one on its schedule.
IN THE long run, the international turmoil in the banking sector may affect the average Joe with a car or house loan, but for the time being Cypriots shouldneIUt push the panic button, analysts say.
"I won't push the panic button. We have done well this season and will stick to our strong footballing beliefs against Celtic.