- n. Plural form of warning.
“According to the New York Times, when asked what the FDA should do about Avandia, 12 of the 33 members of the panel voted that Avandia should be withdrawn from the market, ten voted that its use should be restricted together with enhanced label warnings, seven voted just to enhance the label warnings, and three voted that nothing should be changed, with one member abstaining.”
“After its investigation, the Ministry decided to revise the label warnings on SSRI antidepressant stating,”
“The generic versions will carry the same label warnings that they should not be used by pregnant women during their second or third trimesters, the agency said in a news release.”
“So, should the new label warnings deter men from enrolling on hormone-based treatment?”
“The decision to repeal the Glass-Steagall Act of 1933 provoked dire warnings from a handful of dissenters that the deregulation of Wall Street would someday wreak havoc on the nation's financial system”
“I may try and get a bit ahead of the curve here and plaster myself in warnings, “Caution – explicit language”, “Danger – unpredictable grumpiness” or maybe “Do not feed the animal.” on December 12, 2009 at 6: 28 pm dungbeetle”
“We decided to move there and now all we hear is do not go, it is not safe, travel warnings from the state dept ect ...”
“Avoiding places where [there] is a big concentration of people is one the main warnings we got from day one of the outbreak, so being in a plane or the airport is not the best place to be right now.”
“Stalin was totally blinded to the threat of Hitler to the extent that he ignored warnings from the British (which were based on Ultra intercepts) that the latter was preparing to attack the Soviet Union and, when Operation Barbarossa was launched, was totally caught by surprise.”
“Each page of the coloring book will contain mock warnings from the State Department about talking to and sharing crayons with children from other countries who might use these things to make their own coloring books that are better and cheaper.”
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