immediate message


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immediate message

A category of precedence reserved for messages relating to situations that gravely affect the security of national and multinational forces or populace and that require immediate delivery to the addressee(s). See also precedence.
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That prompted an immediate message to Hamilton as he was told: "OK, Lewis, pick the pace up a little bit.
The study has no immediate message for pregnant women, Kosofsky says.
Although proving a link between PTSD and coronary disease requires more evidence, an immediate message from the results so far is that physicians, especially primary care physicians, should be more aware of the high prevalence of PTSD.
The Premier League's immediate message of support had the ring of the chairman's vote of confidence.
The immediate message of this report is: Terror pays.
In his first presidential address, Obama sent an immediate message to the world, particularly Muslims, that he would seek a new way forward based on mutual interest and mutual respect.
All registered consumers will receive an immediate message blast from the Pinkberry team announcing that the 18 degree mark has been reached and that they can visit any NY Pinkberry location to receive two free toppings on any yogurt purchase.
However, his immediate message to shareholders, contained in a letter sent yesterday, made no mention of the future and concentrated on his view of the record of Hill-Walker and the current board.
There is a siren to warn people nearby, and the immediate message would be Go in, Stay in, Tune in.
Doyle says the agency used radio and TV mediums for its immediate message that introduced the new liquid formulation, while time print ad known as "Soft As Silk.
The most immediate message was for the Palestinian leadership: with Yasser Arafat set to undermine the ability of Prime Minister Ahmed Qurei to provide security for Israel through peace negotiations, Washington is poised to either wash its hands off the Palestinian issue for the foreseeable future, or let PM Ariel Sharon expel Arafat from the Palestinian territories.
SPL chief executive Roger Mitchell last night said: "We are sending out a clear and immediate message - that drug abusers have no place in our game.

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