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an increase in the average temperature of the earth's atmosphere (especially a sustained increase that causes climatic changes)

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Listing to NASDAQ represents a significant milestone for Global Warning System, as it will enhance our visibility and provide access to a broader investor base during an important period of growth for our company," said Andreas Rodman, CEO of GWS.
There have been no changes to security procedures at Abu Dhabi International Airport in the wake of a global warning by the United States Department of Homeland Security last week.
THESE amazing maps make you think - and give some a global warning.
It took ten more years before alerts of global warning started to reach the larger public audience.
No argument there then, but, why has it taken so long to get to this point when the implications of global warning have been known for many years?
Global warning has meant less snow in its natural habitat, forcing the cedar to migrate to higher altitudes.
With global warning the weather is hotter so the icebergs would be melted and titanic saved.
London, Dec 3 (ANI): Reflecting a small amount of sunlight back into space before it strikes the Earth's surface could reverse global warning, a new study has claimed.
Ultimately, however, success depends on all countries recognizing that they are in this together and must each accept the burden of responding to global warning.
Our facilities have not kept pace with population growth and if anyone should dare suggest it is global warning, I'll go barking mad.
To order a copy of The Antarctica Challenge: A Global Warning, please call (800) PLAY-PBS or visit shopPBS.
CYPRIOTS were urged yesterday to join other countries in switching off their lights for an hour this evening to send a global message of the need to act against global warning.
He has repeatedly questioned the claims for manmade global warning over the past five years and claims his outspoken views have kept him off the telly.
Under the program aimed at promoting Japan's battle against global warning, up to 10,000 eco points, equivalent to 10,000 yen, will be given to buyers, lowering the effective price of the TV to as low as 19,800 yen.
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