Informatics A software subroutine that automatically disables an information system after an internally specified date, which can be periodically ‘reset’ Psychiatry A popular term for a person who is under such stress that a certain dread event—e.g., suicide or one or more homicides—is regarded as inevitable
Psychiatry A popular term for a person who is under such stress that a certain dread event–eg, suicide or homicide is inevitable
But how can they distance themselves when we have in Lebanon more than 1.5 million Syrian refugees that represent a time bomb?" Raad said over the weekend during a ceremony at the Western Bekaa village of Sohmor.
This was unfortunately our third alternator failure this year, which is a ticking time bomb. The cars are very complicated and keeping them going round is anything but guaranteed," the Daily Mirror quoted Red Bull's technical chief Adrian Newey, as saying.
The singer greeted fans at Fenwick, in Newcastle's Northumberland Street, where she was promoting her skin care range Time Bomb. She signed autographs and copies of her book Secrets To Looking Good, and had her photograph taken with people who had queued up to meet her.
Summary: Washington - The security and social situation in the Tindouf camps (south-western Algeria) is like a time bomb, said American expert on international negotiations and conflict resolution, Janet McElligott, urging for an end to this situation which contributes to increasing Al-Qaeda's activities in the region.