ACT FASTAgent Characteristics Toxicity – First Aid and Special Treatment (US DHS/FEMA)
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Benoit Coeure, an executive board member at the bank, said that financial regulators need to act fast to prepare for Facebook's Libra cryptocurrency.
Where all the developed economies have their service quality standards in place, it is time now for India to act fast and enter the league of standardized service providers," explained Rajesh Kumar.
'We remind the Senate President, Dr Bukola Saraki of his words two years ago, that government at all levels must now act fast in rejecting the ploy to make Nigeria a dumping ground for tobacco products that pre-disposes the nation's citizens, especially the young people, to diseases, disability and ultimately death,' he said.
He got the knife from an office in the airport but could not complete the act fast and the Arab man saw him and prevented him.
Act FAST has just three elements: facial weakness, arm weakness and speech problems.
He said: "We're on the brink of a jobs crisis in Birmingham unless we act fast. An elected mayor with the powers to take action could make a decisive difference - and fast.
Another senior Hamas official, Salah Bardawil, called on Egypt to act fast to achieve inter-Palestinian reconciliation, the Beirut daily AL MUSTAQBAL reported Monday.
Officers were attacked with bricks and bottles and had to act fast to stop events escalating, a police spokeswoman added.
Eleri Thomas, head of Save the Children in Wales said: "The fact remains that nearly one in three children live in poverty in Wales today and nearly 3.9 million throughout the UK, so the Assembly and UK government need to act fast."
"We're at a critical moment, and if we don't act fast, we're going to lose a tot of plants that we may need."
It's got a low rumbling to it that'll have you feeling like a cold medicine hangover, but it ain't slow and dirgy, it's up-tempo and loud, and limited to 200 so act fast, dirtbag!