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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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Another BURS official, Ms Lorato Selemogwe cautioned against tax evasion, saying it was a serious offence that attracted serious penalties.
He said it was 'important to keep our safeguards' to assuage concerns, but cautioned against being too wary in approaching China.
Likewise it also cautioned against possession of the fake P10,000 bank notes.
Most Central Banks have cautioned against cryptocurrencies, which have no inherent value like oil or other commodities.
But she cautioned against a "knee-jerk" reaction by introducing fresh legislation, noting there are laws against abuse, threats and violence which need to be "properly enforced" against every perpetrator.
Farmers in Laikipia West subcounty have been cautioned against selling their harvest at throwaway prices as there will be a dry spell early next year.
To a question, John Kirby said that during a recent conversation with his Indian counterpart, US Secretary of State John Kerry had condemned terrorism in all its form and cautioned against any escalation in tensions in the region.
But the report, drawn up by former cabinet minister Dame Margaret Beckett, cautioned against the argument that Labour lost simply because it was "too left wing", pointing out that policies like the mansion tax were popular among many voters.
The officials cautioned against disposing of used fishing nets in the sea as it may lead to environmental problems and prove harmful to aquatic life.
Russian president, Vladimir Putin, has cautioned against excessive speculation and has asked the central bank to take measures to curb this.
WASHINGTON - Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu expressed support Sunday for the US fight against Islamic State militants, but cautioned against any softening toward Iran.
Dubai: The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has called up on community members to recognise the risks of using mobile phones while driving, and has cautioned against ignoring recommendations made by traffic research centres.