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"All-points Bulletin" a.k.a. "All Points Bulletin" is a 2004 live album by American indie/roots folk band Dispatch. Much like their previous live album Gut the Van, the album was released onto two discs. The first is entitled "Somerville" and captures the band's intimate "warm-up" gig prior to their free performance to approximately 110,000 fans on the second disc, entitled "Hatch Shell." The purchase of the double album also includes a DVD recording of both performances.
All-points bulletin: An all-points bulletin is a broadcast issued from one American law enforcement agency to another. It typically contains information about a wanted suspect who is to be arrested or a person of interest, for whom law enforcement officers are to look. They are usually dangerous or missing persons. As used by American police, the term dates to at least 1960. An all-points bulletin can also be known as a BOLO or BOL, which stands for "be on the look-out". Such an alert may also be called a lookout or ATL.
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by Dean A. Stahl, Karen Landen
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by Kevin McCann, Mark Diehl
Alloy component: 5 METAL Electrician: 6 SOLDER Gold-imitating: 6 ORMOLU Iron: 5 STEEL Magnet: 6 ALNICO Tin: 6 PEWTER All-points bulletin: 5 ALERT All- purpose truck: 3 UTE "All Quiet on the Western Front" star: 5 AYRES "All right!
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