Examples of red alert in a Sentence
The troops have been put on red alert.
the paparazzi were on red alert for sightings of the hot new Hollywood couple
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The Democratic senators are getting some help, though, with popular websites like Etsy and OKCupid issuing red alerts on Wednesday, encouraging visitors to contact members of Congress to help save net neutrality.
On Wednesday, as senators present a petition to force a vote on the resolution, the red alert goes live.
Those quotes have put the likes of Arsenal, Chelsea and Paris Saint-Germain on red alert about his potential availability, but Marotta doesn't think Juve fans should be concerned.
The good news is that what look like flashing red alerts about imminent trouble for the banks are nothing of the sort.
When the Campi Flegrei red alert is finally triggered, the heads of the emergency services and the scientific and technical advisers will meet at the CPD’s headquarters in Rome.
For Bianco and the observatory staff, one of the greatest challenges will be deciding when to trigger the final red alert.
China’s huge cities are infamous—not just for their 50-lane traffic jams, but for the air pollution that clogs city skies, endangering health, provoking red alerts and even obscuring the view of Beijing from space.
Those quotes have put Jose Mourinho and Arsene Wenger on red alert over his possible availability, but the duo would have to stump up a fair amount of cash to prise him away if Dortmund's sporting director has any say in the matter.
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: a warning that there is great danger
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