Cautionary sentence example

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  • One other cautionary note, be careful when giving wine to a business client or associate.

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  • The facts of this case are a cautionary tale.

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  • You've probably heard the child's cautionary phrase, "Don't let the bedbugs bite!"

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  • Martha didn't ask for details, nor did the Deans offer any beyond dire cautionary warnings of childhood dangers.

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  • Editorial cautionary accidentals are given within round brackets; cautionary accidentals included in the source are reproduced without brackets.

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  • His cautionary approach was powerfully vindicated by the scandal of the 1976 ' swine flu ' epidemic in the USA 3.

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  • These individuals are not concerned about jokes or cautionary tales; they are proud and having a great time rather than covering up and eating nothing but carrot sticks in the hopes of becoming "acceptable".

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  • Another category of cheerleading quotes belongs in the realm of advice given from one cheerleader to another, ranging from exhortations of courage to cautionary phrases about the dangers of letting ego and vanity get the better of you.

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  • Twisted fairy tales can be cautionary tales too, but for a more mature audience.

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  • Cautionary words, like these have sparked debates on how to accommodate political actuality within the meaning of research.

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  • The film succeeds not only in terms of action and suspense but as cautionary fable, historical allegory, social satire and moral disquisition.

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  • Editorial cautionary accidentals are given within round brackets; cautionary accidentals are given within round brackets; cautionary accidentals included in the source are reproduced without brackets.

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  • While I wholeheartedly endorse this book, I want to offer two cautionary remarks.

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  • Hot Coffee remains a cautionary tale about the power of sex in video games, both good and bad.

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  • Many urban legends provide cautionary tales, much like modern-day Aesop fables.

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  • One cautionary note to our younger readers, though - this song is explicit.

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  • This flexibility is often used for the development of Cautionary Tales - depictions of life after Peak Oil, or the collapse of civilization attendant upon global warming, perhaps.

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  • While Celtic, German and other European mythologies offer up fairies as cautionary tales, modern literature embraces the array of dark to light by painting the dark, gothic fairies as misunderstood, troubled and layered creations.

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