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alert

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to notify (someone) of imminent danger or risk

to give warning signs of (impending peril)

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warn in advance or beforehand

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He added that Israeli aggressions against the holy Al-Aqsa Mosque have not stopped, the last of which was the opening of the doors of the holy Al-Aqsa Mosque before extremist Jews which necessitates an urgent Arab, Islamic and international move to stop Israel's breaching the freedom of worship in contravention of international law and heavenly religions which forewarns of a religious war which may ignite the entire region for which the Israeli occupation authorities should bear responsibility .
Most significantly, the Forewarn Act would encompass smaller employers and would be triggered by smaller layoffs.
The Forewarn two-sensor system detects motion such as that of children around the school bus, and warns the driver not to put the vehicle in motion.
I'm just gonna forewarn them that it's everybody else that's going to be begging me for their job back.
We want to forewarn the Delhi government and the Centre that if beef is served during the Games, the Capital could witness a law and order mess," Subhash Arya, who is also leader of the house of the Municipal Corporation of Delhi, said at a press conference.
The Forewarn Side Detection System from Delco Electronics targets the elusive blind spot.
Abu Dhabi: India is experimenting with systems to forewarn of earthquakes which still remain a mystery to science and technology, a senior Indian scientist told Gulf News in an interview.
Jonathan Storm, a behavioural ecologist now at the University of South Carolina Upstate, in Spartanburg, has shown that crickets manage to forewarn their offspring of lurking spiders, despite the small matter of never actually meeting them, reports New Scientist.
Though theses 4-inch-wide patches brighten the underwater landscape, they also forewarn of the spread of coralline lethal orange disease (CLOD), says Diane S.
E[acute accent]To that end, the report contains some surprising geographic information as well as trends, which may forewarn major regional spending reductions.
Known as the maspin gene because it codes for the protein maspin, this gene's activity -- or rather inactivity -- may forewarn of cancer on the brink of spreading, says Ruth Sager of Boston's Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.
Please forewarn others not to fall into the same trap.