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warning

noun admonitio, admonition, alarm, alert, caution, caveat, commination, contraindication, foreshadow, monition, monitus, notice of danger, omen, portent, presage, prognostic, symptom, threat, ultimatum
Associated concepts: adequate warning, ample warning, duty to warn, failure to warn, proper warning, sufficient warning, timely warning, warning attached to a products label
See also: admonition, advice, caveat, clue, deterrent, forerunner, harbinger, hortative, indication, indicator, intelligence, news, notification, precaution, precursor, premonition, remonstrance, remonstrative, reprimand, symptom, threat, tip, ultimatum
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The warning does not forbid anyone to visit Iran, but simply poses cautions.
A study conducted in five urban cities -- Delhi, Dehradun, Rohtak, Lucknow and Agartala -- has shown that the warnings are ineffective.
In reaction, analysts may lower the warning threshold and issue warnings about everything".
The warning did not mention specific agencies or firms that had been attacked.
The research team tested these students' memory for the warning message on alcoholic beverage containers over time as well as the students' self-reports of drunk driving and their perceptions of the risks of alcohol use.
The output variables are responses to the warning label and may include paying attention to the label, understanding its contents, believing what the label says, developing attitudes toward the label or the product that carries a warning.
The assessed driver state will influence the warning systems by adaptively tailoring the initiation of the warning cues, and the availability of the Communiport multimedia system features.
First, the rules concerning the warning given by a husband to his wife regarding his suspicion that she has been unfaithful; second, the rules regarding a husband's ability to require that his wife undergo the ritual for wives suspected of unfaithfulness; and, third, a description of the warning and what action on the wife's part constitutes an act which violates the terms of that warning.
Whether the inclusion of alcohol among such substances diluted or heightened the potency of the warning is uncertain.
But the reference to reasonableness does not convert the applicable standard into negligence because it pertains only to whether a manufacturer knew of the danger -- the prerequisite to the application of strict liability -- not whether the manufacturer provided the warning -- the basis of liability.
One frequently cited cause of audit failure is audit teams' lack of awareness of the warning signs of fraud.
The warning letter states that Pulmo-Dose's compounding of formulations of budesonide, albuterol/ipratropium, and formoterol/budesonide exceeds the scope of the practice of pharmacy and that Pulmo-Dose is operating as a pharmaceutical manufacturer and not a pharmacy engaged in extemporaneous compounding.