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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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The true distinction between such proceedings as are and such as are not invasions of the exclusive admiralty jurisdiction is this: If the cause of action be one cognizable in admiralty, and the suit be in rem against the thing itself, though a monition be also issued to the owner, the proceeding is essentially one in admiralty.
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.
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.
This sage monition applies as much today as ever and finds within the field of technoscience a particularly snug and foreboding fit.
Asma Afsaruddin, "Constructing Narratives of Monition and Guile: The Politics of Interpretation," Arabica 48 (2001): 329-31.
Beyond providing the proverbial wisdom of the ages, the moral monition of eternal divinity, and the prudential advice of their time emphasized by Mack, aphorisms offered stimuli for contemplation and analysis of matters public and private.
This monition is especially true with respect to older space that fails to measure up to state-of-the-art requirements in many industrial sectors.