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Firefighting

A slang term for solving problems as they arise. The term connotes the idea that the firefighter is distracted from dealing with larger issues because minor problems prevent him/her from doing so.
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The estimated budget for project called Design and Development of Intelligent Mobile Robots (IMR) for Disaster Mitigation and Firefighting is Rs.
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