The report should serve as a wake-up call
to both lenders and investors.
This unfortunate wake-up call
has been placed before, by the Wall Street mad bomber of the 50s, student radicals in the 60s and the national zealots of the last two decades.
The blackout was a wake-up call
for small businesses.
Rooms (which can sleep a family of four at a squeeze) cost pounds 60 (15pp per night).
This survey is a wake-up call
for both government and industry.
Experts have widely circulated their population estimates this year as a wake-up call
for transportation planning.
BUSINESS WIRE)--May 30, 1996--The Information Technology Association of America (ITAA) registered its endorsement of "Cryptography's Role in Securing the Information Society," a major report released today by the National Research Council (NRC), and said the Clinton Administration should view the comprehensive study as a wake-up call
on its fundamentally flawed encryption policy.
The move/demotion to the offensive line was a wake-up call
, and Hopkins responded.
This is a wake-up call
for the voters of Los Angeles County.
We're glad we got this wake-up call
on a win and not on a loss,'' freshman guard Becky Bracelin said.
After one too many close calls (a murder acquittal in 1996, a marijuana bust in 1998 and a wake-up call
in 1997 after Tupac Shakur and the Notorious B.
The foundation sees the study results as a kind of wake-up call
It was a wake-up call
to employers who want to downsize and continue doing all these negative things.
Just tell Wendy the cabin steward and your wake-up call
is coffee and croissants.
1-800-WAKE-UPS also sends on-time wake-up calls
, reminders about important meetings or other memory-jogging phone calls that help keep busy lives on schedule.