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The study is the first evidence that song-matching is used as an early warning signal.
The study, published online this month in Proceedings of the Royal Society B, is the first evidence that song-matching is used as an early warning signal.
Smoke alarms give an early warning signal which allows everyone to evacuate the building as soon as possible.
They were the type of early warning signals that Franklin was talking about.
The exposure of the Government's plans can only be seen as a blatant early warning signal for these people, which will enable them all to switch their fortunes to countries that will both ignore and deny HMRC any information as to their wealth.
Banksman Radar is an intelligent, fully-programmable reversing radar detection system designed to an early warning signal - alerting the operator the potential danger.
The distinctive patterns can be seen in satellite pictures and act as an early warning signal of tectonic stresses, he said.
The bank also said that it is planning to conduct a rigorous examination of the nation's banks to detect early warning signals about any weaknesses in the banking system.