In a low guttural he cautioned
the others to silence and a moment later was swinging quietly up wind into the jungle.
Make no sound," he cautioned in the man's own tribal dialect as he released his hold upon the other's throat.
He had heard him speak but once--when he had cautioned him to silence--and then in excellent German and the well-modulated tones of culture.
Then darkness came and Tara of Helium bid her panthan search for food and drink; but she cautioned
him against attempting to enter the city.
When von Horn had finished, he cautioned
him against divulging to Virginia anything that took place within the inner campong.
Calling Nobs in a whisper, I cautioned
him to silence and kept him at heel while I threw myself flat and watched, from behind a sheltering shrub, a body of warriors approaching the cliff from the south.
For someone to be cautioned
, the suspect needs to make a clear admission before the custody sergeant considers various factors to decide whether or not a caution is the appropriate course of action.
West Midlands Police cautioned
229 people for possession of class A drugs in 2004, the Home Office revealed.
THE Soham murders might never have happened if police had cautioned
Ian Huntley in their first contact with him nine years ago.
But Greenspan cautioned
that these productivity gains can't go on forever.
Robberies, sexual assaults on children and child abductions are just some of the crimes offenders have been cautioned
for rather than being taken to court.
MORE than 120 Teesside sex offenders have been cautioned
rather than charged in the last five years - including cases involving children and rape.