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red alert

An alert given when attack by enemy aircraft is, or seems to be, imminent.

red alert

final alert; attack believed imminent. [Military: Misc.]
See: Danger
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Under a red alert, the city's emergency management headquarters has advised kindergartens, primary and high schools to suspend classes, banned outdoor operations on construction sites and required some industrial plants to limit or stop production.
In a statement, Bernhard SchwartlEnnder, the World Health Organisation's representative in China, said the red alert "means, first and foremost, that the Beijing authorities are taking air quality, and related health issues, very seriously".
There has been fraud perpetrated by John Rogers in this deal," Askew said of Rogers' involvement in the Red Alert proposal.
Red Alert casts Suniel Shetty as Narsimha, a poor cook who supplies food to a group of people in the jungle.
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Al Jazeera's Harry Fawcett, reporting from southeastern Fujian province on Sunday, said it was the first red alert issued this year.
A red alert was given in Lahore city Thursday night after confirmed
The volunteers and specialists that make up Red Alert monitor the health of the red squirrel population and keep an equally close eye on the greys.
RED ALERT Fulham's former Newcastle defender Aaron Hughes, centre, looks shocked as Dutch referee Kevin Blom shows the red card to Erik Nevland in last night's Europa League game against Roma.
Title: Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3 Platform: PS3.
A true BFF will put herself on lip-slip red alert and will earn back your trust by protecting your privacy.
The incident caused a two-hour closure of the airport, with the threat being treated as a highest-threat red alert.