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advice to beware, as of a person or thing

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a warning against certain acts

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(law) a formal notice filed with a court or officer to suspend a proceeding until filer is given a hearing

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Nations may be willing to support multinational military operations, but such support often comes with restrictions commonly known as national caveats. National caveats are restrictions imposed by national governments on their armed forces' operations.
When letters of administration issue after the filing of a caveat by a creditor, the clerk shallmust promptly notify the caveator, in writing, advising the caveator of the date of issuance of letters and the names and addresses of the personal representative and the personal representative's attorney, unless notice has previously been served on the caveator.
Accordingly, given the circumstances of the case the doctrine of caveat emptor applied.
Caveat: While the limit on tax-free loans from a retirement plan may be $100,000, the maximum amount that an individual may be able to borrow could be less.
As a caveat, the escape time distribution for UCNs in an actual experiment may also be affected by mechanical vibrations and slight instabilities in the magnetic field.
My caveat is that the only way I could have known that ID Media had designed the site was to look all over the place.
In Volume I, Jensen warned that the "sustained stretching and extending of the hand can be very harmful." This is a useful caveat for scales in major and minor tenth double stops, as there will be hands that cannot comfortably make this reach, especially below seventh position.
Among the louche and permissive, this sort of experience is called fun, and Zelevansky's prim caveat seems to suggest that we should abandon such tawdry pleasures, stop gawking at the centerfold, and start reading the articles.
In our August issue, AOC President Austin "Pepper" Thomas proposed a new motto for the AOC--a Latin translation of "Beware of the Crow" (see "Caveat Corvum," JED, August 2004, p.
Herein lies the caveat for the reason behind the creation of Glofish--a new breed of so-called glow-in-the-dark pets-and a nexus in the coevolution offish and humans.
CEA ( Commissariat a l'Energie Atomique) in France have developed Caveat, an innovative software tool that enhances safety control in critical software in industrial applications.
And that brings us to caveat number one: A customer focus means just that.
But the findings come with a caveat: Both Georgia-Pacific and Newmont had been Andersen clients, and paid the extra fees to ensure its past books were clean.
According to the Legal Information Institute, caveat emptor is a Latin phrase for "let the buyer beware." This phrase projects the idea that buyers should take responsibility for the condition of items they purchase and should examine them before purchase.
Alan understands all this quite well, with one caveat: he says that I use the Jungian analytic to sidestep the entire historical question.