alarm bell

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Synonyms for alarm bell

the sound of an alarm (usually a bell)

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I SEE that Theresa May, the Home Secretary, rang the alarm bell when she saw the immigrant iceberg dead ahead.
The post Alarm bells ring as China sinks, dollar tumbles appeared first on Cyprus Mail .
Punjab government has issued special directives for installation of wireless chargeable alarm bells in all the schools, colleges, universities, churches, minorities places of worship and main shopping centers in Rawalpindi to ward off terror threats.
The existing system to be replaced consists of approximately 360 radio devices, 52 fire alarm bells, 19 fire alarm beacons and interfaces to the site Emergency Control Centre, heat detection panels, flame detection panels, ventilation d
Alarm bells should certainly ring and what I want to know is have those alarm bells been ringing, have these applications been properly interrogated?
ALARM bells rang when I heard Leona Lewis was pushing back the release of third album Glassheart until next year.
Borofromtheashes ALARM bells have been ringing since Eindhoven and the McClaren departure.
However, this does not yet suggest any strengthening in the economic activity and should not ring the alarm bells for the Central Bank to tighten monetary policy anytime soon.
There should have been alarm bells ringing," he said.
When a club has such massive boardroom problems - as Newcastle clearly do - it is inevitable that the strife will seep down to the players and their recent results should have alarm bells ringing out of control on the Tyne.
RYAN GIGGS confirmed there are no alarm bells at Old Trafford after Manchester United's shock loss to Bolton.
London -- The following list of recent 2006 events ought to raise alarm bells.
At his auto dealership in Powell, Tennessee, Greg "Lumpy" Lambert had alarm bells ringing in his head on November 11 after a 19-year-old customer test drove a 2005 Ford Focus and then offered to buy the car for cash" without any haggling or even a mechanical inspection," reported the Knoxville News Sentinel.
TUC general secretary Brendan Barber said: "This poll should ring alarm bells in Government.
It seemed incredible, but as a brilliant keynote speaker Saskia Sassen reminded us, it is only 20 years since various sages were predicting the end of cities, not the extraordinary growth which the Biennale both celebrates and sounds alarm bells over.