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  • "Having 75 priority-one, must-do things was too many," he says.

    Operation Overload

  • It is therefore impossible that any priority-one discs have been sent to me "most recently."

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  • This is a significant departure from the case where ambulances are dispatched on a first come first serve basis, and it is hoped that response times to priority-one patients will improve as well.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The meeting agreed that one in every five ambulances should be dedicated to patients in life threatening situations or priority-one patients.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The last time a starship had responded to a priority-one from a deep space station, it was to search for the bodies after a cataclysmic hull breach.

    The Case of the Colonist’s Corpse

  • The last time a starship had responded to a priority-one from a deep space station, it was to search for the bodies after a cataclysmic hull breach.

    The Case of the Colonist’s Corpse

  • The last time a starship had responded to a priority-one from a deep space station, it was to search for the bodies after a cataclysmic hull breach.

    The Case of the Colonist’s Corpse

  • Another recommendation put forward by the business community was that priority-one crimes be identified, maximum jail sentences be applied for these, and no bail be granted to the perpetrators.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Tell them a Starfleet medical officer wants to talk to them about a priority-one contamination problem.

    Mudd in Your Eye

  • Tell them a Starfleet medical officer wants to talk to them about a priority-one contamination problem.

    Mudd in Your Eye

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