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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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When contemplating layoffs and closings, employers must review applicable state and federal WARN laws.
I warn you that you will have ignorance - when talents are untended and wits are wasted, when learning is a privilege and not a right.
SB 121 would bring that state WARN threshold back up to 100 employees, to confirm with the federal act, as well as the threshold in surrounding states.
To the extent that it points out sources of conflict or potential conflict or warns of a likely deterioration, and on condition that this is heeded by the government under review, it could play an early warning role as well.
Four years ago, on my 'Expert Witness' radio program, I brought together four of America's top covert operatives -- with a combined total of more than 100 years, frontline, international experience with CIA, FBI and DEA -- who had tried to warn America that there was 'massive ineptitude' in our nation's frontline defenses in the war on terrorism," Levine recalled to THE NEW AMERICAN.
For the Mishnah and some teachers following this Mishnah, the requirement to warn one's wife before witnesses of one's suspicion is a legitimate method of adding to this discouragement.
In lieu of passing laws against drinking and conceiving, state and local government leaders enlisted in the crusade to warn by promoting health education.
3) also recognized the distinction between strict liability and negligence with respect to failure to warn claims.
First, the city established a dedicated pager system to warn people simultaneously throughout the city.
San Luis Obispo and Oceanside have sirens to warn people in the event of a radioactive release from nearby nuclear power plants.
However, cameras of this type yield a far greater benefit when the objects detected are interpreted by image processing and the information is used to warn the driver in critical situations (e.
Gray Davis defended his decision to publicly warn of a possible terrorist attack.