hot line


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a direct telephone line between two officials

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The North's move is the latest in a string of actions that have raised tensions with the South, including its severance of an inter-Korean Red Cross hot line on March 11.
According to US officials, the Pentagon and State Department studied establishing a direct hot line to Iran to prevent an inadvertent clash between American and Iranian military forces from escalating into a full-blown war.
In addition to staffing the hot line, suicide prevention coordinators will participate in training clinicians and nonclinicians on warning signs for suicide, guide veterans Into care, and work within facilities to identify veterans at risk for suicide.
In addition to staffing the hot line, the suicide prevention coordinators take part in training clinicians and non-clinicians on warning signs for suicide, guide veterans into care and work within facilities to identify veterans at risk for suicide.
Tony Wilson, senior partner at Hill Dickinson - which is launching the hot line - said: ``Having been appointed official lawyers to the Capital of Culture, we are keen for as many companies to become involved in the build up as possible.
The hot line received about 300 calls from September through December 2003.
The hot line can be a metrics tool," says PricewaterhouseCoopers' di Florio.
Our top competitions are just one of the reasons readers are ringing our hot line to sign up for ECHO Direct.
FEWER than a dozen people a day are calling an Executive hot line giving healthy eating tips, it was revealed yesterday.
Heartland Communications Group publishes numerous magazines for various industries, including Farmers Hot Line, Acreage and Iowa Entertainer.
However, we are aware, based on statistics, that the incidence of fraud and abuse is larger than we are able to identify, and we're doing our best effort through our hot line and other means to keep it down.
CPAs may be charged with implementing the hot line requirement of Sarbanes-Oxley at their companies.
Beijing's emergency SARS hot line has been plagued by nighttime prank callers claiming they have contracted the disease, or swearing at staff, prompting police to take two people into custody, the state media reported Tuesday.
More than 100,000 customers have used the Eckerd OnCall health hot line since its debut about a year ago, says Wayne Harris, chairman and chief executive officer of Eckerd Corp.
A lawyers' group will set up a hot line Saturday to advise callers on problems related to corporate restructuring, such as layoffs, in 23 prefectures, group officials said Thursday.