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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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Currently under Code Red, a response activation alert for full mobilization, are Region IV-A (Calabarzon), Region V (Bicol), Region VI (Western Visayas), Region X (Northern Mindanao), and Region IX (Zamboanga Peninsula).
"When you hear 'Code Red,' you think, as they say, the feces is about to hit the fan.
During the Code Red Sale campaign, guests at The Mall at WTCAD were able to take part in a raffle draw for the Mall's renowned Spend & Win competition, which allowed any customer who spent AED 200 at The Mall's stores to enter into a prize draw for a chance to win a luxury holiday.
Aldar joins hands with DCT to launch the Code Red Sale with discounts of up to 90% at Yas Mall, The Mall at World Trade Centre, Abu Dhabi and Al Jimi Mall
The PNP said the ARMM has 419 barangays under the code red; followed by Bicol with 60; Central Mindanao, 42, and Southern Tagalog with 33 barangays.
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The defence is originally based upon the fact that the murder victim was given a so-called 'code red'.
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After standard police procedures failed to find him within two days, Police Chief Neil Erickson put the department's Code Red missing persons alert system into citywide action for the first time.
Giving her first interview with an Egyptian or Arab media outlet, Code Red star Manal Al-Feitury speaks with Egypt Today about her rise to fame
'Code Red' sirens sounded in the late afternoon in Sderot and the nearby Eshkol Regional Council, sending students home school and ushering residents into bomb shelters.