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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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"Although it's generally excepted that employees will drive a company or pool car with less regard, its surprising that such a high number are prepared to throw caution to the wind with their bosses' car," Karen adds.
And then there's the still-palpable chemistry between Shaver and Charbonneau as opposites who throw caution to the wind and find love.
"When I try a trick I don't throw caution to the wind," he says.
You shouldn't throw caution to the wind and invest your money foolishly.
WITH respect to the general election, although I support the idea of TV debates for the various leaders, including the political leadership for the regions (including Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland), I don't think that we should throw caution to the wind by involving both Jeremy Corbyn and Theresa May in a more general TV debate.
If you like the lad then why not throw caution to the wind and see what happens?
We can be tragically all too quick to throw caution to the wind when summer comes around.
Operators, don't throw caution to the wind when you adjust the tines on your forklift.
The Giants have conceded 27, 34 and 33 points in their last three games and will need to throw caution to the wind as they have to win to have any chance of making the playoffs.
It's fantastic in spite of the financial pressure, people are still prepared to throw caution to the wind during the season of goodwill.
However, when Wolves scored in the 87th minute, it meant Blues needed to throw caution to the wind because they were heading out of the league due to fewer goals scored.
GIOVANNIV Trapattoni is refusing to throw caution to the wind as he attempts to launch the Republic of Ireland's Euro 2012 qualifying campaign with victory in Armenia.