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  • v. Past participle of caution


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  • Cooper and other gay rights advocates once again cautioned gays and lesbians to carefully consider discussing their sexuality with recruiters because of the law's uncertain future.

    Military wins temporary reprieve for 'don't ask' policy

  • Most worrying, the IMF staff cautioned, is that the large-scale government support provided to both large institutions and markets — such as American International Group in the U.S. — has exacerbated the perception that certain firms and markets are too big to fail.

    IMF Finds Rules for Banks Lacking

  • *** Retail Sainsbury's second-quarter same-store sales rose 2.9%, boosted by nonfood and online purchases, but the supermarket chain cautioned that the period ahead remains challenging.

    Business Watch

  • Georgetown University law professor Paul Rothstein cautioned against "overstating" the possibility of Bush's personal involvement in the leak.


  • I can only assume, therefore Malkin cautioned the same restraint, and similarly urged people not to rush to judgement, y’know, back then.

    Think Progress » Fox News Devastated Over Arrest Of ACORN Pimp, Says The Story Probably Needs ‘A Lot Of Context’

  • But Cronin cautioned that when it comes to Dunkin’s doughnuts, "we’re still talking about a food that’s mostly white flour, sugar, and fat."

    Donuts a Heath Food? | Impact Lab

  • That said, debt to income levels are at a "strained" level, he cautioned, which is leaving consumers vulnerable to a shock.

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  • Ragar was cautioned, which is the least severe of public sanctions.


  • There's a bit of ado in Wisconsin about the movie; a Catholic bishop in La Crosse has "cautioned" priests about the movie.

    I Want an Ice Bear

  • Office had wanted Mayengehama to be merely "cautioned", but

    ANC Daily News Briefing


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