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  • The captain then issued a one word demand - "Evacuate" - while remaining on board until all were safely out.

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  • The captain then issued a one word demand - "Evacuate" - while remaining on board until all were safely out.

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  • Then, in January 2009, iTunes offered a free copy of the album's first single, "Evacuate," and within three weeks it was downloaded 560,000 times.

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  • DAIL: Well, when the plane came to a stop and Sully said, "Evacuate," Donna went to her door, I went to my door.

    CNN Transcript Feb 10, 2009

  • And tell everybody -- you just can't say to everybody, "Evacuate," and expect that there's not going to be the gridlock that there was.

    CNN Transcript Sep 25, 2005

  • "At 5am they were out on the megaphone just yelling 'Evacuate'," West Horsham resident

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  • "Evacuate", so you can return to the Nexus anytime without having to find a Nexus point.

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  • This followed an iTunes Single of the Week for their track 'Evacuate', and also saw the band's album 'Union' break into the top

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  • The captain then issued a one-word command, "Evacuate," said Higgins, citing the attendants.

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  • "Evacuate," but the flight attendants and passengers were already doing so.

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