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1(notice)anuncio masculinecomunicado masculine
- The commission found that viruses and worms are foreseeable events, as evidenced by the regular security bulletins issued by software companies.
- We also ask that you mention us in your church bulletin or organization's newsletter.
- The National Safety Council regularly issues bulletins warning about the number of road fatalities.
- An information desk to issue periodic bulletins and correct misinformation appearing in the electronic or printed media can help avert crises.
- The C&O also issued bulletins every month to show the number of coal cars asked for by mine, the number supplied, and the number actually loaded by the mines.
- Aftinet supplies education materials, regular bulletins and speakers at public events and has been receiving media coverage.
- He criticized the committee also for failing to issue bulletins in the face of substantial internal dissent.
- Newsletters, bulletins, open houses or family meetings are more formal ways to stay in touch.
- We had regular bulletins during our strike - they made a real difference.
- A separate project will involve issuing a monthly bulletin on integration matters in English, German and French.
(report)boletín (informativo) masculinethe latest bulletin on his condition — el último parte médico
- Ninety years ago, there were no television pictures, radio broadcasts or Internet bulletins to flash the news around the globe in an instant.
- Broadcast magazine compared ratings for BBC and ITV bulletins before and after the election was called.
- I believe that two extra bulletins of world news are required, one in the afternoon and one in prime time.
- The strike disrupted news and current affairs bulletins on television and radio in South Australia and Victoria throughout the day.
- The BBC bulletins and Channel 4 News limited coverage to 15 second news-reads, suggesting that the story was of little importance.
- During this time she also became a newscaster and reporter for ITN's through-the-night bulletins.
- Radio stations have replaced hourly news with daily bulletins of community news.
- For a quick short bulletin, you really have to start with summaries.
- The bulletins will be broadcast by the station's new Dublin correspondent from a studio in the city centre.
- Some prefer regular round-ups, whilst others like short bulletins running hourly or two-hourly.
- All the major networks descended on the scene of the arrest, broadcasting bulletins warning of a terrorist threat.
- BBC bulletins in English are updated every hour.
- If not, the producers may have to go back to the Big Breakfast model and limit serious news to the bulletins.
- The station generates its own news which ranges from bulletins, magazines, commentary as well as feature programmes.
- The late evening bulletin will be moved forward one hour and become part of the ITV News at Ten bulletin.
- On Monday, for its first weekday bulletins, the Five News team could call upon a dozen reporters in Thailand, Sri Lanka and Indonesia.
- News and Sport bulletins will be on a seven-day basis across the schedule.
- This half-hour bulletin was now ITV's main news of the evening, with the late night one reduced to just 20 minutes in length.
- Newsround's website marks a move towards a genuine children's news service, while digital TV channel CBBC offers five bulletins throughout the day.
- Wire services, including the Associated Press, Reuters and Xinhua News Agency, dispatched bulletins from Tokyo.