If that fat girl ever gets a lover," she said indignantly, "I shall consider it my duty to warn
the poor man before he marries her.
My dear children," pursued the black marble clergyman, with pathos, "this is a sad, a melancholy occasion; for it becomes my duty to warn
you, that this girl, who might be one of God's own lambs, is a little castaway: not a member of the true flock, but evidently an interloper and an alien.
I've persuaded my conscience that it was a duty to warn
him how people talked regarding his ways; and then I've recollected his confirmed bad habits, and, hopeless of benefiting him, have flinched from re-entering the dismal house, doubting if I could bear to be taken at my word.
That is a very pretty thing to say," she answered; "but it is my duty to warn
you before you go farther.
I won't stop a minute; but you see I, that is, we--anyway, I have undertaken the duty to warn
you, Kirylo Sidorovitch, that you are living in false security maybe.
It is my duty to warn
you that it will be used against you," cried the inspector, with the magnificent fair play of the British criminal law.
We sincerely hope management comes to its senses, but we feel it is our civic duty to warn
the public of this possible labor dispute," Coli said.
However, the duty to warn
a third party may not be as clear cut where there is no readily identifiable victim.
It is our [TGC] duty to warn
people that police may use real bullets at a peaceful protest.
Of course, ordinary men and women have a duty to warn
the authorities if a person may be planning acts of violence.
The Middle District of Florida explained that McClelland's failure-to-warn claim was impliedly preempted because it was not based on common law, but rather based on Defendant's duty to warn
pursuant to the FDCA and FDA regulations.
While there is no duty to make a product "idiot proof," there is a duty to warn
against reasonably foreseeable risks.