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warn·ing

(wōrn'ing),
A strong cautionary advice about possible dangers or contraindications in activity or pharmacy.

warn·ing

(wōrn'ing)
Strong cautionary advice about possible dangers or contraindications in health-care-related activity or pharmacy.
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The denial of landing and hasty warning us away troubled us much.
There he lives on our money, in the house that his father's warning has closed against me
John Street; her booty made at the fire, and again at Harwich, all give us excellent warnings in such cases to be more present to ourselves in sudden surprises of every sort.
Last year, the DOH issued a second set of graphic health warning templates to replace the first set.
has also not introduced any novel warning message on harmful and potentially harmful chemicals in cigarette smoke.
I've reviewed Warning Letters and close-out letters for the last several years, and find that the length of time to achieve close-out can be two plus years.
They said that research shows that large, graphic warning labels cause smokers to smoke fewer cigarettes, avoid smoking in front of children and pregnant women, and smoke less at home.
Pakistan became the 26th country to introduce pictorial warning on cigarette packets.
US citizens of Iranian origin should consider the risk of being targeted by authorities before planning travel to Iran," the new warning said.
Minimizing a warning's prominence: In order to be effective, a warning must be attention-grabbing.
Imperial County Fire Chief Tony Rouhotas spearheaded the effort to bring the next generation of earthquake early warning to Imperial County.