ALERT


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AcronymDefinition
ALERTAutomated Local Evaluation in Real Time (flood warning system)
ALERTAir Land Emergency Resource Team (International ALERT Academy)
ALERTAttack and Launch Early Reporting to Theater
ALERTAllergy to Latex Education and Resource Team
ALERTAdvanced Local Emergency Response Team (anti-terrorist unit; North Carolina)
ALERTAir Loss Estimates in Real Time (AIR Worldwide Corporation)
ALERTAmerica's Law Enforcement Retiree Team
ALERTAdvanced Law Enforcement and Response Technology
ALERTAcute Launch Emergency Reliability Tip (NASA)
ALERTAll Africa Leprosy, Tuberculosis and Rehabilitation Training Centre (Addis Ababa, Ethiopia)
ALERTAdvanced Linked Extended Reconnaissance and Targeting
ALERTAutomated Law Enforcement Response Team
ALERTAir-Land Enhanced Reconnaissance and Targeting
ALERTAcute Launch Emergency Restraint Tip
ALERTAdvanced Localized Emergency Response Teleconferencing (Forum Communications International)
ALERTAircraft Low Energy Retrieval Technique (USAF)
ALERTAlliance of Local Emergency Response Teams (Petaluma, CA)
ALERTArctic Long-term Environmental Research Transects Program (US EPA)
ALERTAdvanced Laser Reflow Soldering for Surface Mount Technology (ESPRIT Project 6140)
ALERTAdvanced Logistics Evaluation and Reporting
ALERTActive Learning Experience in Resource Technology
ALERTAir Logistics Early Requirements Test
ALERTAcute and Life Threatening Events Recognition and Treatment (UK)
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In came cities of unprecedented bulk, but held together so closely by a web-work of steel rails and copper wires that they have become more alert and cooperative than any tiny hamlet of mud huts on the banks of the Congo.
It was at the extreme western limit of the buffalo range, and these animals had recently been completely hunted out of the neighborhood by the Nez Perces, so that, although the hunters of the garrison were continually on the alert, ranging the country round, they brought in scarce game sufficient to keep famine from the door.
He did everything with an air which put your attention on the alert and raised your expectations, but the result somehow was always on stereotyped lines, unsuggestive, empty of any lesson that one could lay to heart.
Patient of toil, not to be disheartened by impediments and disappointments, fertile in expedients, and versed in every mode of humoring and conquering the wayward current, they would ply every exertion, sometimes in the boat, sometimes on shore, sometimes in the water, however cold; always alert, always in good humor; and, should they at any time flag or grow weary, one of their popular songs, chanted by a veteran oarsman, and responded to in chorus, acted as a never- failing restorative.
In an instant I was on the alert, for there could be no wood within that buried river that had not been man brought.
Then her eyes, always alert for the affairs of her kitchen, fell on some action of the Chinese cook which aroused her violent disapproval.
His habit of reading isolated him: it became such a need that after being in company for some time he grew tired and restless; he was vain of the wider knowledge he had acquired from the perusal of so many books, his mind was alert, and he had not the skill to hide his contempt for his companions' stupidity.
Her head was high in ever alert attention; her long tail moved slowly in sinuous and graceful undulations.
Despite his rapid journey and sleepless night, Prince Andrew when he drove up to the palace felt even more vigorous and alert than he had done the day before.
Nor was it long before the ape-man came upon Bara standing alert at the edge of a moon-bathed clearing.
He had heard noisy little Manu, and even the soft rustling of the parting shrubbery where Sheeta passed before either of these alert animals sensed his presence.
For what eternities have I wandered through them, a timid, hunted creature, starting at the least sound, frightened of my own shadow, keyed-up, ever alert and vigilant, ready on the instant to dash away in mad flight for my life.