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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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defines the Lead director as a "first among equals" and cautions against treating the role as that of a "super director" or creating a bi-level culture among independent directors
So, despite his team's findings, he cautions against hasty changes in irrigation practices.
And while you're downloading, check out tips from veterinarian Scott Goldstein, who cautions against giving chocolate to dogs and cats (it's totally toxic); making sure you dog wears ID tags and is always walked on a leash, and checking your pet's costume so that it doesn't interfere with his breathing or ability to see.
Advanced Forecasting cautions against using extrapolations based on the current period to forecast the IC Cycle.
Olympians and sports leaders in general need to work harder with young people and their families to create a positive, anti-drug environment that stresses the ideals of good sportsmanship and cautions against the life threatening dangers of performance-enhancing drugs.
The ultrasound itself is difficult to administer and read, so Greenland cautions against relying too heavily on this technique.
But coach Alvarez cautions against believing the Badgers are simply a one-man team, in spite of Dayne's considerable accomplishments.
Nudds cautions against applying these results directly to rabies or to skunks, but he does note similarities between the way rabies and canine distemper spread and the way skunks and raccoons adapt to city living.
At the same time, he cautions against assuming that behavioral similarities translate into cellular ones.
But Nima Nattagh, a market analyst at Experian, a real estate information company, cautions against reading too much into two months of price increases.