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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of forewarn.


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  • He also touches upon the theory behind legal education itself which provides a useful view into the heads of Canadian law school administrators everywhere (forewarned is forearmed).

    Waddams v. Hutchinson : Law is Cool

  • But forewarned is forearmed, and four armed is usually a defect in early limb development related to abnormal patterning of the developing limb bud.

    Cheeseburger Gothic » Burger lite.

  • My decision surprised me, because normally I am a “forewarned is forearmed” kind of person.

    No Matter What | Her Bad Mother

  • I can see both sides the of the coin, to know, to not know, but in the end I came down on the side of forewarned is forearmed – but only if both parents agree on what they would do if they get a positive.

    No Matter What | Her Bad Mother

  • Paperwork side there was one hangup, but forewarned is forearmed.

    Page 2

  • Do not forget, forewarned is forearmed ... "words can bleed."

    Reader reviews of The Dante Club by Matthew Pearl.

  • And forewarned is forearmed – the great thing about top-down knitting is that I’ll be able to try that neckline right away.

    Jean's Knitting

  • Traverse, I say these things to you that being 'forewarned' you may be 'forearmed.'

    The Hidden Hand

  • Traverse, I say these things to you that being 'forewarned' you maybe 'forearmed.'

    Capitola's Peril A Sequel to 'The Hidden Hand'

  • _Young Ladies_ about to go abroad to schools or those already from home, may consult this book as they would a judicious mother, or faithful and experienced friend: it will warn them of the dangers to which they will be exposed, or the faults into which they are liable to fall, so that being "forewarned" they may be

    Ups and Downs in the Life of a Distressed Gentleman


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