caveat


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caveat

noun A warning.
verb To warn or place a disclaimer on an event or thing.

CAVEAT

Cardiology A trial–Coronary Angioplasty Versus Excisional Atherectomy Trial–that compared PCTA vs. atherectomy outcomes for managing Pts with CAD. See Angioplasty, Atherectomy, BOAT, Coronary artery disease.
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Most caveats are declared but even these pose challenges for commanders.
While each case is decided on its particular circumstances, caveat emptor does not not apply where a vendor knows of the presence of a latent defect connected with the land and fails to tell the purchaser of this prior to completion of the sale.
In a common idiom, military caveats are clearly a "lemon;" but if those nations that insist upon them will provide significant leadership, resources, and engagement in the non-military part of the Afghanistan campaign, there can still be "lemonade," even if, for the allies that are suffering casualties, it is sour indeed.
260(f) provides: "After the filing of a caveat by an interested person other than a creditor, the court shall not admit a will of the decedent to probate or appoint a personal representative without service of formal notice on the caveator or the caveator's designated agent.
Otherwise, he argued, his caveat should not be cancelled and his share could not be sold.
The very young may not readily understand the meaning of the film noir black and white drawings in Mystery At The Club Sandwich: this caveat aside, it's an inviting, wonderful story of one Nick Trunk, Private Detective, who is the only one to help foxy singer Lola regain her lost marbles.
While I noted his caveat that "their design remains a bit of an uncertain art," I think he should have gone further to ensure that engineers do not immediately embrace constructed wetlands as a panacea for waste treatment and decontamination.
Nonetheless, the book provides a convincing caveat to the alleged success stories of free markets, structural adjustments and globalization.
With that slight caveat aside, I'm very anxious to use this new book with my students.
One important practical caveat is that this process is not intended to provide information that will stand alone.