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"It is all very well being excited about the 'big dreams', but people must not jump to the conclusion that the whole development is good, just as we have not jumped to the conclusion that it is all bad."
'You may read the description and jump to the conclusion it describes what you are seeing in the latest film and discount it.
However, cautions Karl Insogna of the Yale University School of Medicine, coauthor of a commentary in JAMA, "we should not jump to the conclusion that it is estrogen" that links bone density and cancer risk.
Coun Wakefield added: "Cutting speeds is important, but we will not just jump to the conclusion that cutting speed limits will automatically lower speeds.
It's natural to jump to the conclusion that your stepson is gay.
You may well jump to the conclusion that she's his daughter, but her parentage is just one of many secrets that are eventually revealed.
Greenpeace campaigner Peter Roche said: "The trials will be good news if they work, but if they don't they shouldn't necessarily jump to the conclusion that the only solution is to discharge it into the sea."