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US officials said they were exploring the idea that the incident was a dry run for a future terror attack.
We have our first online project in Dry Run and we have our first full exhibition.
According to officials, operations at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport 3 (NAIA 3) will have a dry run on July 23.
Between January 29 and March 5, another dozen areas of the country will be added to the dry run.
Obviously the Blues face the Gunners at the Emirates Stadium tomorrow, but it is probably unrealistic to view the game as a dry run for the cup.
Coupled with this is the fact that we are classed as early adopters of the new legislation and will take part in the dry run of the scheme next year.
Pictured are two landaus manned by staff from the Royal Mews, who will drive the coaches at next month's meeting, in a dry run that took in the procession's route through the city, complete with police escort.
In addition to FPL's annual dry run practice, this year the utility initiated its Storm Secure(sm) Plan, a five point plan created to address increased hurricane activity by strengthening the grid against future hurricanes.
The Livestock Auctioneers' Association (LAA) has teamed up with Eblex for the eight-week dry run to explore whether any difficulties are thrown up by the need to individually read every tag and how integration within the market computer system and production of movement licences will work on a day-to-day basis.
Next year's Confederation Cup is set to be held in South Africa and will act as a dry run for the World Cup a year later.
People in the west of Edinburgh and on Lewis and Harris in the Western Isles will be the first to test the new system in a dry run next year.
Three of the four London suicide bombers prepared for their lethal terrorist mission by staging a dry run just nine days before July 7, police revealed yesterday.