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.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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Black canvases enflamed with golden sunbursts adorn the walls of the gallery, imparting a more immediate message of the potentially-oncoming apocalypse.
Whether they can maintain that form over another marathon campaign remains to be seen, but a strong start against Saracens would certainly send an immediate message.
The West Brom defender said the immediate message in the post-match huddle called by captain Ashley Williams is that qualification is very much within reach.
Sara added: "It's like when you cut yourself, it sends an immediate message to your brain saying, 'We need to concentrate here.' "So this treatment works by helping to regenerate the skin on the face."
I can't speak to the carbon footprint of molding plastic versus harvesting wood, but it certainly communicates an immediate message about the brand's position.
That prompted an immediate message to Hamilton as he was told: "OK, Lewis, pick the pace up a little bit."
That prompted an immediate message to Hamilton as he was told: "Okay 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.

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