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The UK wakes up at 8:45am on Saturday mornings, 72 minutes laterthan weekly average wake-up time (7:33am).
Wake-up call: B&B is pounds 72pp per night when two share.
The report should serve as a wake-up call to both lenders and investors.
It was a wake-up call for a once-complacent industry.
Not many managers anticipate changes in worker expectations until turnover sends a wake-up call.
The Atmel SAM4L family is the industry s first device to provide ultra-low power consumption bundled with unrivaled wake-up times while delivering the highest total application performance in all operating modes.
Usually, people have to wait until later in life to have a wake-up call and realize life's more precious than you think.
this past August was a wake-up call to organizations of all sizes that solid data protection processes must be in place, not only to survive these events, but also to maintain a competitive advantage.
They've issued "a wake-up call," comments Robert P.
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 Atmel SAM4L family is the industry's first device to provide ultra-low power consumption bundled with unrivaled wake-up times while delivering the highest total application performance in all operating modes.
However, what it really does is serve as a wake-up for audience members, who by this time are likely nodding off or looking at their watches.