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caveat

Law a formal notice requesting the court or officer to refrain from taking some specified action without giving prior notice to the person lodging the caveat
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In Afghanistan, for example, Operation Medusa (13) nearly failed when Canadian forces could not get the necessary support from other nations because of their national caveats related to combat operations.
Even so, the North Atlantic Council imposed a series of what were in fact caveats, by tightly constraining the targets that could be attacked and the ordnance used.
CAVEATS ARE RIFE IN fairness opinions, limiting the liability of those that prepare them, even when deals go spectacularly sour.
The other caveat is that there is little in the way of short-covering interest to push the shares higher.
The second caveat is that King can't be fitted into a neat box.
Rap sheets in criminological research: considerations and caveats
There is very good news, but there are some caveats,'' said Anthony Fauci, the government's top scientist in the war against AIDS.
All further disclosure and caveats are contained in the Taglich Brothers full report.
Modeled after realistic deployment scenarios, the 3Play Interop events will facilitate the development of multi-vendor triple play services and solutions and demonstrate the viability and caveats for service providers and enterprises deploying wired and wireless voice, video and data in their networks.
The UNH-IOL's findings include a number of caveats and issues related to running VoIP and wireless devices in converged enterprise LANs.
The document, "Testing Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) Saturation, Effects, Caveats and Issues Encountered in Testing SIP Servers," details results encountered when testing SIP servers saturated with as many calls as possible.
Farallon confirms that it continues to hold the relevant mineral titles to the Campo Morado and related properties free and clear of any liens, encumbrances or caveats related to this litigation.