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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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The Mufti of Al-Quds, issued a statement which, was quoted by the Palestinian News Agency (WAFA), said that this step comes in the aftermath of recently increasingly-growing Israeli occupation's transgressions which forewarn of dire ramifications.
In the window a citation from II Peter 3:10 forewarns of the fiery end of the world; another citation follows (Isaiah 54:10), affirming God's everlasting love for creation.
A detailed discussion of the structure of a national multiracial political coalition is beyond the scope and purpose of this short book," Wilson forewarns, and instead of detailing what such a coalition might entail, Wilson devotes much of the book to a less than fully persuasive defense of race-based programs.
McDonald's stated goal," forewarns Brownell, "is to have no American living more than four minutes away from one of its restaurants.
Today, on the fourth anniversary of the quake, the Red Cross forewarns that being prepared and educated before the next quake strikes is the best way to save lives and limit recovery time.