alarum

  • 1 Alarum — is also the Shakespearian spelling for alarm. Infobox musical artist Name = Alarum Img capt = Img size = Background = group or band Origin = Melbourne, Australia Genre = Progressive metal Jazz fusion Technical metal Years active = 1992–present… …

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  • 2 Alarum — Pays d’origine Melbourne,  Australie Genre musical Metal progressif Death metal Jazz fusion Années d activit …

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  • 3 Alarum — A*lar um (?; 277), n. [OE. alarom, the same word as alarm, n.] See {Alarm}. [Now Poetic] [1913 Webster] Note: The variant form alarum is now commonly restricted to an alarm signal or the mechanism to sound an alarm (as in an alarm clock.) [1913… …

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  • 4 Alarum — Allgemeine Informationen Genre(s) Progressive Metal, Technical Death Metal, Jazz Fusion, Thrash Metal Gründung 1992 Website …

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  • 5 alarum — (n.) obsolete and poetic spelling of ALARM (Cf. alarm) (n.) …

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  • 6 alarum — [ə ler′əm, əlär′əm] n. Archaic ALARM (esp. sense 1) alarums and excursions 1. Archaic a stage direction, esp. in Elizabethan drama, for a scene depicting a battle: see EXCURSION (n. 1) 2. any noisy, confused situation …

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  • 7 alarum — 1. noun a) A danger signal or warning. (stage direction) A camp near Forres. Alarum within. b) A call to arms. It seems to me that by the same process they are also made less real distinguished, in part, by the physical size of the television… …

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  • 8 alarum — n. archaic = ALARM. Phrases and idioms: alarums and excursions joc. confused noise and bustle. * * * alarum A variant of alarm, formerly used in all the senses of the word, but now restricted, exc. in poetical use, to the peal or chime of a… …

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  • 9 alarum — I. noun see alarm I II. transitive verb see alarm II …

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  • 10 alarum — /euh lar euhm, euh lahr /, n. Archaic. alarm. * * * …

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  • 11 alarum — (Roget s Thesaurus II) noun A signal that warns of imminent danger: alarm, alert, tocsin, warning. See WARN …

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  • 12 alarum — n. fear, fright; alarm (Archaic) …

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  • 13 alarum — [ə lα:rəm] noun archaic term for alarm. Phrases alarums and excursions humorous confused activity and uproar …

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  • 14 alarum — n. See alarm …

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  • 15 alarum — a•lar•um [[t]əˈlær əm, əˈlɑr [/t]] n. archaic a call to arms; alarm …

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  • 16 alarum — /əˈlarəm/ (say uh lahruhm) noun 1. Archaic alarm. 2. Horology a. a device designed to ring a warning bell at a certain hour. b. the bell itself. –phrase 3. alarums and excursions, noisy and threatening activity. {Phrase Origin: from an… …

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  • 17 alarum clock — chiefly Britain variant of alarm clock …

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  • 18 alarum-bell — …

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  • 19 Pousada Alarum — (Парати,Бразилия) Категория отеля: Адрес: Estrada da Grauna, km 558, Парати, CEP 239 …

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  • 20 AIL — alarum Illyricarum …

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