warning beacon

warning beacon

[′wȯrn·iŋ ‚bē·kən]
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AMONG the cases dealt with by Teesside Magistrates' Court on February 13 were: Andrew Hall, 25, of Rosthwaite Avenue, Stockton, ned PS115 with PS170 costs for using a vehicle tted with a device resembling a blue warning beacon.
The lighthouse, which opened in 1898, beamed its warning beacon for 86 years until it was taken out of service by Trinity House in 1984.
We sees this massive attack in Asia with millions of packets per second as an early warning beacon of the increasing magnitude of DDoS attacks that may be on the horizon for Europe and North America in the next 6 to 8 months," Sop said.
As reported in the Examiner last month, Brook is banned for three years from using a vehicle fitted with a blue warning beacon or siren.
The need for an effective detection systemis clear, and Metrasens have used Smallfry's design and intuitive warning beacon display to help realise the full market potential of their technology.
The situation is nearly similar on the Saudi side, although there is a manually activated warning beacon to indicate heavy traffic on the bridge.
Twenty-one years ago this week, Chernobyl became something far worse than a mere warning beacon.
The models approved are Carmanah's R247 series 24-hour flashing warning beacon, R820 series crosswalk beacon, and R829 series school zone beacon with calendar-based operating software.
Finished in 1809, South Stack Lighthouse on the north west coast of Anglesey was built as a warning beacon to passing ships
Normally, that kind of certainty--especially to the ears of trained journalists--is a flashing warning beacon.
Recent clinical evidence clearly show that even blood pressure levels as low as 115/75 mmHg are linked to CV risk and often serve as a warning beacon for the presence of other critical risk factors," said Massimo Volpe, MD, Professor and Chairman of Cardiology, University of Rome, "La Sapienza," Rome, Italy.
Describe the decor The pub is named after a warning beacon in the Firth of Tay.