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caution

1. Law chiefly Brit a formal warning given to a person suspected or accused of an offence that his words will be taken down and may be used in evidence
2. a notice entered on the register of title to land that prevents a proprietor from disposing of his land without a notice to the person who entered the caution
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In summary they cautioned against making a quick emotional reaction to several recent accidents that will have long term negative effects without really solving the problem.
But Greenspun cautioned against using the term ``retro.
He cautioned against abandoning inhaled steroids, however, because they remain the best way to prevent sometimes fatal asthma attacks.
Councilwoman Wendy Greuel, who championed business tax relief, cautioned against complacency after the tax cuts begin to take effect next year.
Kottke cautioned against interpreting the study to mean that technology will eventually eliminate deaths from heart attack.
Investors are cautioned against placing undue reliance on forward-looking statements.
But with that said, even analysts who doubt that the current supply-demand balance is as dire as today's price levels suggest cautioned against declaring the end of the bull market.
At the same time, researchers sounded the death knell for dextran sulfate, aone-promising AIDS treatment, and cautioned against bypassing standard procedures for drug approval.
And it cautioned against joining the Joint Powers Authority that SCAG wants to form with Ontario and San Bernardino, saying Los Angeles could be liable for up to $11 million for future studies.
Investors are cautioned against placing undue importance on forward-looking information contained herein and should consult the Company's 2004 Annual Report, which contains a more exhaustive analysis of risks and uncertainties connected to the businesses of the Company.
Analysts welcomed the positive news, but cautioned against the company's future performance.