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It was determined that during some designated red activities it was not feasible for the red condition to be implemented due to insufficient staffing; therefore, during these times the green condition was implemented.
Regression models for data from the blue and red conditions are shown in Figs.
The Aussie who signed from Brisbane Roar has faded from view as quickly as he arrived but this weekend could see his re-emergence under code red conditions.
If a red condition is noted requiring technical help from shore-based SoS organizations, the iPAR provides operating data which a SME can also access through MELS.
Spots in this area are sometimes confused with another common skin complaint, called dermatitis, a scaly red condition that appears for various other reasons, including food allergies or contact with a substance that you are allergic to.
Fallon did not have to work as hard to score on Kingsclere, who was much too good for his four rivals in the Beamish Red Conditions Stakes.
At York, Bella Bellisimo can follow up her debut course win by taking the Beamish Red Conditions Stakes (2.
Ian Balding's charge steps up a furlong to seven for the Beamish Red Conditions Stakes and that should pose no problem as he is a half-brother to Hidden Meadow and Scorned.