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colourful. speckled. light brown. trout alabalık.
A winglike organ, or part. a wing of an insect a flat wing-shaped process or winglike part of an organism; 'the alae of the nose'; 'the alae of a maple seed'; 'the flat petals of a pea blossom are alae'.
variegated. light brown.
American Library Association; founded in 1876 to promote library service and librarianship; national conferences are held each year in different parts of the country; American Libraries, published monthly by ALA, provides library related information on a national level.
American Library Association Established in 1876.
The American Library Association; professional organization for librarians, and the oldest professional library organization in the world.
The American Library Association This is the national organization for all types of libraries Based in Chicago, it sponsors on going training and research for the profession, publications, annual conferences for staff and trustees and lobbies at the national level The Library has an institutional membership.
Association of Local Authorities Now part of the LGA.
American Lung Association.
A 'wing', used to describe a Roman auxiliary cavalry unit.
The nasal skin that forms the outside of the nostril.
Activism Lobbying and Advocacy.
Outer side of the nostril.
Alabama. a flat wing-shaped process or winglike part of an organism; 'the alae of the nose'; 'the alae of a maple seed'; 'the flat petals of a pea blossom are alae'. a wing of an insect.
trout. salmon trout. grilse.
to the brim. hammer and tongs. supremely. wildly.
to overturn. to upset. to overset.
multicoloured. piebald. pied. speckled. variegated.
speckled. pied. variegated.
receivable. money owed to one. debt owed to one. credit. holding. claim. chose in action.
debt. money owed to one. credit.
claim. credit. receivable. chose in action. adjusted trial balance. lien. money on account. receivable item.
unpaid. creditor. claimant. encumbrancer. obligee. payee.
mottled. pied. motley. multicoloured. speckled.
motley. speckled. mottled.
interest. concern. connection. relation. attachment. affection.
relation. interest. connection. attachment. sympathy. concern. dealing. involvement.
interested. concerned. involved. connected.
connected. concerned. interested. involved. appertaining.
interested. concerned. involved. related.
interested. concerned. having a claim. pertinent.
à la carte.
A la carte.
unconcerned. indifferent. not related. irrelevant.
irrelevant. uninterested. indifferent.
irrelevancy. indifference. lack of any connection. unconcern.
large fishing boat.
mark. omen. sign. stamp. symbol. portent.
symbol. sign. mark. omen. monstrous. enormous. augury. badge. brand. distinction. ensign. stamp. symptom.
recipient. susceptive. space. area. range. field. arena. region. sphere. ambit. compass. domain. extent. maidan. pitch. reach. realm. scope. theater. theatre. tract.
area. circus. compass. course. domain. extent. field. ground. land. pitch. place. range. realm. receiver. scope. space. sphere. square. tract. space. pitch saha. airfield. clearing kayran.
area. field. space. open space. compass. court. domain. extent. open. plaza. range. reach. scope. sphere. spread. public square. sweep. tract.
A summons to arms, as on the approach of an enemy.
Any sound or information intended to give notice of approaching danger; a warning sound to arouse attention; a warning of danger.
A sudden attack; disturbance; broil.
Sudden surprise with fear or terror excited by apprehension of danger; in the military use, commonly, sudden apprehension of being attacked by surprise.
A mechanical contrivance for awaking persons from sleep, or rousing their attention; an alarum.
To call to arms for defense; to give notice to of approaching danger; to rouse to vigilance and action; to put on the alert.
To keep in excitement; to disturb.
To surprise with apprehension of danger; to fill with anxiety in regard to threatening evil; to excite with sudden fear. a device that signals the occurrence of some undesirable event an automatic signal warning of danger fear resulting from the awareness of danger warn or arouse to a sense of danger or call to a state of preparedness; 'The empty house alarmed him'; 'We alerted the new neighbors to the high rate of burglaries'.
alarm signal. alarm.
fear resulting from the awareness of danger. a device that signals the occurrence of some undesirable event. an automatic signal warning of danger. a clock that wakes sleeper at preset time. fill with apprehension or alarm; cause to be unpleasantly surprised; 'I was horrified at the thought of being late for my interview'; 'The news of the executions horrified us'. warn or arouse to a sense of danger or call to a state of preparedness; 'The empty house alarmed him'; 'We alerted the new neighbors to the high rate of burglaries'.
An unsolicited message from a device, typically indicating a problem with the system that requires attention.
A message, usually generated by the AEOLUS VAX process, indicating that the digital or analog status of a device is not within the tolerances set for it. a test of a training sample, usually used before the signature statistics are calculated An alarm highlights an area on the display which is an approximation of the area that would be classified with a signature The original data can then be compared to the highlighted area.
A real-time indication or a signal of an abnormal situation or event Usually includes a Priority or Severity Code.
A sound or visual signal triggered by an error condition. Usually, an audio or visual warning to indicate that attention to the computer is required.
SNMP message notifying an operator or administrator of a network problem See also event and trap. is an audible, visual, or physical presentation designed to warn the instrument user that a specific level of a dangerous gas/vapor concentration has been reached or exceeded. an unsolicited message from a device, typically indicating a problem with the system that requires attention.
An electronic signal, transmitted to the monitoring facility Indicates that an emergency requiring follow-up has been de-tected When an alarm system is not monitored, the alarm condi-tion activates one or more sounding or visual indicating devices.
A problem determination message sent to a network operator within a network management system Sometimes accompanied by an audible tone.
A watch feature that sounds an alarm at pre-set time or at regular intervals.
Audible or visible warning signal that tells a network administrator that an error has occurred or there is a critical situation on the network.
This feature causes the watch to sound at a pre-set time.
Much the same as an alarm clock, an alarm watch will alert the wearer with beeps at a pre-set time.
An event that occurs at a particular time It is like an alarm on a real alarm clock except that in order to determine whether it is 'ringing', an alarm is 'read' by an explicit application action.
The report of a network event; also called a trap.
A visual or audio signal which signifies that an error has occurred or an abnormal condition exists.
An audible or visible signal indicating abnormal or out-of-limit conditions in a plant or a control system [CMSG] Syn: Bell, Light, Siren. is the giving, signaling or transmitting to a public fire station or company or to an officer or employee thereof, whether by telephone, spoken word or otherwise, information to the effect that a fire or emergency condition exists at or near the place indicated by the person giving, signaling or transmitting such information.
Fire: Automatic alarms are those received by electronic means from fire alarm systems They can indicate activation of smoke detectors, heat sensors, rate-of-rise detectors, wet or dry sprinkler systems Sprinkler activations are sometimes called waterflow alarms Some alarm signals are transmitted via telephone dialer, which plays a taped message to the dispatcher that gives the address.
A means of alerting the operator that a specified abnormal condition exists; examples: high pressure alarm, apnea alarm.
An alarm is related to any abnormal situation on the equipment that may endanger people, equipment, or material being processed GEM allows the host to be notified when alarm conditions are detected and cleared.
Audible, visual, or physical presentation designed to warn the instrument user that a specific level of a dangerous gas/vapor concentration has been reached or exceeded.
alarm , alert.
regimental. regiment. procession. parade. cortege. troops in line. teasing. mockery. ridicule. fun. mock. irony. banter. derision. fleet. gibe. jape. jeer. jest. jibe. leg-pull. persiflage. quiz. rub. scoff. sneer. taunt. wipe.
derision. gibe. mockery. regiment. ridicule. sarcasm. sneer. taunt. troop. jibe.
jeer. mock. rag. rally. sneer. taunt. tease.
to make fun of. deride. to hold in derision. gibe. guy. jest. josh. kid. rib. ridicule. roast. scoff. sport. taunt. twit.
mocker. mocking. derisive. barbed. cynical. facetious. ironic. ironical. mordacious. shavian. snappish. sneering. wry. scoffer.
cynic. derisive. ironic. quizzical. tease. teaser. disdainful. derisory. scornful. contemptuous.
ironic. sarcastic. sardonic. scornful. disdainful. derisive.
derisory. ironic. legionary. wry.
alloy. amalgamation. composite. compound.
side of a ship. bulwarks. hard over.
receivables and payables. assets and liabilities. owings and receivables.
having many bright colours. spotty.
imitation of European ways.
fallow deer sığın.
to interest. to concern.
to show interest (in. to be interested (in. to feel affection (for.
prepared in a minute.
prepared to order.
field survey. area study.
in utter confusion.
open sea. keep clear. at a distance. offshore.
in the ottoman/turkish style.
system of timekeeping according to which the clock is set at 12 : 00 at sun.
uproar and confusion.
in large crowds. in troops.
to be singed.
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