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code red

n.
1. A condition of heightened alertness or preparedness, especially to guard against imminent danger.
2. A warning of or signal indicating imminent danger.
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Aside from Cagayan de Oro City, Pagasa also placed other Northern Mindanao areas under code red, including Camiguin, Misamis Oriental, Misamis Occidental and Bukidnon.
NYSE: FDS) (NASDAQ: FDS) has acquired investment research specialist Code Red, Inc.
The chief won't always be the one on the other end of phone when people pick it up for a Code Red message, but he was the first time the message went citywide.
I was lucky enough to get cast in an American sci-fi horror film called Code Red that became my film debut.
Bringing the Code Red team into our organization gives us the ability to jump-start our in-house software expertise, deliver world-class software libraries and integrated tools to our customers, and rapidly build on the momentum behind the LPCXpresso IDE, said Jim Trent, vice president and general manager, microcontroller business line, NXP Semiconductors.
Code red identifies 64 heavy polluting industries and orange includes 25 lesser polluting types.
Code Red conditions are considered on a par with those experienced in the run-up to Black Saturday, Australia's worst disaster of modern times which killed 173 in the state of Victoria and razed more than 2,000 homes.
I printed the Code Red "Red Trace Guide" and the "Quickstart Guide: Red_Suite for Luminary Micro.
Under a Code Red, summarizes the Courier-Post, "you will be assumed to be the enemy if you so much as venture outside your home.
The center has played a key role in coordinating responses to major security events such as the Code Red worm, Melissa virus, and most recently the MS Blaster worm and the Sobig.
VALENCIA - Code Red, a teen volunteer group based at Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital, raised $1,100 to buy a pediatric crash cart, a mobile unit that contains specialized equipment designed for children suffering from critical illness or injury.