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When would a multi agency coordination system be required

Which type of incident is typically handled within the first hour after resources arrive on scene and include vehicle fires and personal injuries

What is a factor that affects the control of an incident

Which type of incident requires multiple fire and patrol vehicles and is usually limited to one operational period

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Example of methaphor?

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it is mainly about the corrupt government in Nigeria.Once, for a dare,He filled his heart-shaped swimming poolWith bank notes, high denominationAnd fed a pound of caviar to his dog.The dog was sick; a chartered planeFlew in replacement for the Persian rugthis verse shows the extravagant behavior 'He' has. his attitude of not caring about money/ things most people would consider expensive.He made a billion yenLeap from Tokyo to Buenos Aires,Turn somersaults through Brussels,New York, Sofia and Johannesburg.It cracked the bullion market open wide.Governments fell, coalitions crackedInsurrection raised its bloody flagFrom north to south.This verse shows how he caused havoc to the international economy and at the same time made money from doing so.He knew his native land through iron gates,His sight was radar bowls, his hearingElectronic beams. For flesh and blood,Kept company with a brace of Dobermanns.But - yes - the worthy causes never lackedHis widow's mite, discreetly publicisedThis verse shows how he was a stranger to the land he grew up in. he was so paranoid that he needed top security to protect him from his own people. his true only friends were his dogs. He is stingy and over publicized ed the little good he did do (widows mite, discreetly publicized) this phrase basically says that eh made it come across as if he had very little but was giving away so much, when we know form previous verses that he was actually very well off.He escaped the lynch days. He survives.I dreamt I saw him on a villageWater line, a parched land whereWater is a godThat doles its favours by the drop,And waiting is a way of life.Rebellion gleamed yet faintly in his eyeTraversing chrome-and-platinum retreats. There,Hubs of commerce smoothly turn withoutHis bidding, and cities where he lately roostedHave forgotten him, the preying birdOf passage.this verse shows: the dream he has shows him in poverty and now one of the population, no longer special like he once was. even at that state, he still dreamt of rebelling. everyone he used to be with have forgotten about him and he is no longer important.They let him live, but not from pityOr human sufferance. He scratches lifeFrom earth, no worse a mortal man than the rest.Far, far away in dreamland splendor,Creepers twine his gates of bronze relief.The jade-lined pool is homeTo snakes and lizards; they hunt and mateOn crusted algaethis verse shows: how the new people in charge let him survive as they feel it would be a harder punishment rather than death. his once extravagant palace is now abandoned and habited by insects and algae.


Wole Soyinka what is after the deluge about?

it is mainly about the corrupt govermant in nigeria. Once, for a dare, He filled his heart-shaped swimming pool With bank notes, high denomination And fed a pound of caviar to his dog. The dog was sick; a chartered plane Flew in replacement for the Persian rug this verse shows the exteravagant behaviour 'He' has. his attitude of not caring about money/ things most people would consider expensive. He made a billion yen Leap from Tokyo to Buenos Aires, Turn somersaults through Brussels, New York, Sofia and Johannesburg. It cracked the bullion market open wide. Governments fell, coalitions cracked Insurrection raised its bloody flag From north to south. This verse shows how he caused havoc to the international economy and at the same time made money from doing so. He knew his native land through iron gates, His sight was radar bowls, his hearing Electronic beams. For flesh and blood, Kept company with a brace of Dobermanns. But - yes - the worthy causes never lacked His widow's mite, discreetly publicised This verse shows how he was a stranger to the land he grew up in. he was so paranoid that he needed top security to protect him from his own people. his true only friends were his dogs. He is stingy and over publiced the little good he did do (widows mite, discreetly publicised) this phrase basically says that eh made it come across as if he had very little but was giving away so much, when we know form previous verses that he was actually very well off. He escaped the lynch days. He survives. I dreamt I saw him on a village Water line, a parched land where Water is a god That doles its favours by the drop, And waiting is a way of life. Rebellion gleamed yet faintly in his eye Traversing chrome-and-platinum retreats. There, Hubs of commerce smoothly turn without His bidding, and cities where he lately roosted Have forgotten him, the preying bird Of passage. this verse shows: the dream he has shows him in poverty and now one of the populatiojn, no longer special like he once was. even at that state, he still dreamt of rebelling. everyone he used to be with have forgotten about him and he is no longer important. They let him live, but not from pity Or human sufferance. He scratches life From earth, no worse a mortal man than the rest. Far, far away in dreamland splendour, Creepers twine his gates of bronze relief. The jade-lined pool is home To snakes and lizards; they hunt and mate On crusted algae this verse shows: how the new people in charge let him survive as they feel it would be a harder punishment rather than death. his once extravegant palace is now abandoned and habited by insects and algae. hope this is helpful

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