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monition

1. a warning or caution; admonition
2. Christianity a formal notice from a bishop or ecclesiastical court requiring a person to refrain from committing a specific offence
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Ificudiwud, Monition and the less-experienced Guttural all carry the Gigginstown colours.
As a part of the further development strategy for JANUS, Monition says it is now looking at integrating the platform into a Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) leading to develop an "Edge Computing"- based IoT technology and this innovation provides intelligent diagnostics next to an asset, which this in turn brings significant benefits in terms of efficiency and security for clients/businesses.
The juxtaposed phrases, "Example- and monition," contrast the aesthetic life of butterflies and the cold judgment of "entomology," respectively.
Doyle's study of marginalia in several Bristol books serves as a model for what manuscript study can reveal about specific centers of literary production, while Carol Meale draws on a different kind of evidence-a 1526 monition list from Bishop Tunstall--to shed light on the career and milieu of the London mercer and bookseller John Colyns.
out Kenneth Burke's monition that "when in Rome, do as the
The variation of the threshold value [f.sub.1] versus the bounded noise amplitude [f.sub.2] is plotted in Figure 1 for the onset of chaotic monition in system (1), the solid line represents the analytic results given by (10), and the dashed line represents the numerical simulations according the criterion of the largest Lyapunov exponent using the algorithm presented by Wolf et al.
That after a notice in the nature of a monition, the vessel may be condemned and an order made for her sale, if the liability is established for which she was sued.
Police set up a SID speed indicator device to monition speed on Crowtrees Lane, and found that just three of the 118 cars observed drove at over 30mph.
His film is certainly not what one critic described as "a powerful monition against communist notions of equality" (Smith 21).
It is the bar that has to set the wheels of justice in monition," he said.
Bateau de joie.!, Couvent des Saints Noms de Jesus et de Marie, 28 est St-Charles, Longueuil, << Monition de soeur Yvette L'Abbe, superieure provinciale de Longueuil >>, 1969, p.6.