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trouble spot

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(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a place of recurring trouble, esp of political unrest
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It is also important to plan ahead during layout changes in order to ensure acoustical trouble spots are not incorporated and to find strategies to minimize any issues that could arise.
Warrior Police: Rolling With America's Military Police in the World's Trouble Spots, by Gordon Cucullu and Chris Fontana, St.
Licensing boards should insist on pub and club landlords and owners in trouble spots using toughened or plastic glass.
The iguide: Interactive Travel Guide claimed the city was "one of the biggest remaining trouble spots in Northern Ireland".
Patients with multiple auras, which are assumed to originate from multiple trouble spots, have been considered poor candidates for surgery, says study coauthor Prakash Kotagal of the Cleveland Clinic.
Our examination of the report and chronology of events, convinces us that a Demand Response program that included smaller energy users, and one that could be better targeted to the trouble spots, would have certainly helped to prevent the outages that left 25,000 Queens residents without power for more than a week," said Mike Gordon, president and founder of ConsumerPowerline.
at trouble spots in the Santa Clarita Valley where crossing guards failed to show up.
Take this description by Mark Steyn: "There are many trouble spots around the world, but as a general rule, it's easy to make an educated guess at one of the participants: Muslims vs.
Under the law, police will be able to cordon off trouble spots and prevent vehicles from entering those areas for up to 48 hours.
Its state-of-the-art text-mining technologies locate active discussion and analyze it for volume, issues, trends, potential trouble spots, corporate reputation, depth of pass-along, sentiment and polarity.
The solution includes customizable workflows to enable searching for patterns, potential trouble spots and risk areas.
The following overview of five tort-reform trouble spots for medical-liability insurance shows how past, present and pending legislation compares to MICRA's standard.