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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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Rabbi Gershon Johnson of Temple Beth Haverim in Agoura Hills cautions against placing too heavy a burden on children and teens in reviewing their past behavior.
Meanwhile, William Easterly, in a fascinating discussion of education policy in the developing world, cautions against building human capital simply by throwing money at schools.
It also cautions against disregard for cultural and religious identities, which leads "to mutual exclusiveness and antagonism.
A company official cautions against universal solutions and says BASF prefers to formulate for each specific application.
However, Monts cautions against repeated premature withdrawals.
Urbane Italians were recognized for being precociously literate, secular, and hospitable to classical learning and the active life (vita civile), although Jones cautions against viewing them as simply "reborn Romans.
Although his polemical writing is fully engaged with his Native American cultural legacy, Durham cautions against a narrow understanding of self and identity.
Rohrer, Patrol Division Supervisor and Tactical Unit Leader of the Medina County, Ohio, Sheriff's Department, cautions against "dumping critical incidents in your local sheriff's lap.
The acquisition undoubtedly strengthens NTL's presence in the lucrative triple-play sector, yet Senior Analyst Joel Cooper cautions against complacency in view of the triple-play threat from BT.
While this cast includes the over-the-top designers that one would expect in the fashion world--like fur-wrapped, fast-talking Jay McCarroll or the flamboyant Austin Scarlett, who could pass as Lypsinka's twin brother--Kors cautions against buying into stereotypes.
But he cautions against making broad conclusions about echinoderm evolution.
He cautions against swift justice for the man who killed his wife.