escape route


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escape route

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escape route

npercorso di fuga
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Bondarev said that in addition to military, logistical and medical assistance the US has provided for the terrorists, now, when ISIL's defeat in Syria is close to completion, overseas sponsors are looking for their charges escape routes, RIA Novosti reported.
The Masiu Bridge was believed to lead to Lake Lanao and a possible escape route of remnants of Maute and Abu Sayyaf.
People have gone head-to-head, but now if somebody makes a mistake or someone is having a bad day or is so bloodyminded there is at least an escape route for some poor innocent soul.
The barriers are aimed at stopping groups gathering and blocking escape routes for gangs.
Kevin Gardner, area manager for community safety Tyne and Wear Fire and Rescue Service, said: "Stockroom safety, fire precautions, escape routes, slip and trip hazards, ladder and kick stools, waste storage are among the items that need to come under your scrutiny.
The problem with these estates is that they are so open, you have got so many escape routes and the police can't catch them because they have got to come from four or five different angles.
Atlantic Brave, with Wayne Smith in the saddle, appeared to have had the race won 50 metres from home, but Richard Mullen's late thrust on Escape Route ensured that the prize would be shared by the respective trainers, Musabah Al Muhairi and Satish Seemar.
So plan your escape route and make sure that everybody in your home knows about it.
An effective fanout pattern will, as a result of increased route density, enable the fewest number of layers and give you the flexibility to choose an escape route method that satisfies your other constraints.
De Jongh, a female nurse in a men's world of war resistance, helped found the Comet Line escape route while still in her 20s.
That event earned Escape Route a swift trip to the vet, where he became an Elusive Quality gelding, and then his trainer John Gosden took a tried-and-trusted course of action by sending him to Gary Witheford, an equine behaviourist based in Burbage, near Marlborough in Wiltshire, who had a reputation for soothing the most troubled of beasts.
Now, the Ulubus System, isolated entirely from the rest of the galaxy and lacking an escape route, faces imminent invasion.