"Let me give you one word of warning
," he said, as we parted.
Instead he raised his voice in the call of distress common to his tribe, adding to it the warning
which would prevent would-be rescuers from running into the clutches of Sabor.
'Warning!' returns Deputy, having caught the halfpenny, and appearing by this mystic word to express his assent to the arrangement.
Warning!' followed by a crow, as from some infernally-hatched Chanticleer, apprising him under whose victorious fire he stands, he turns the corner into safety, and takes Durdles home: Durdles stumbling among the litter of his stony yard as if he were going to turn head foremost into one of the unfinished tombs.
From the lips of the ape-man broke a rumbling growl of warning
. Numa answered but he did not advance.
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!" She dropped the blind which she had raised to look out, returned to her trunk, and took from it the gray wig which was part of her dramatic costume in the character of the North-country lady.
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.
"A separate warning
has been issued to cater for snow on this band through Saturday morning and snow showers following thereafter."
In theNorth East, there is an amber snow warning
until 6pm, which is followed by yellow warningsuntil Saturday.
Currently, 40 per cent of the cigarette pack is covered with the pictorial warning
of mouth and throat cancer.
There is a need to characterize the discursive format of the warning
act and test the applicability of the FC to the warnings
carried by tobacco adverts in Nigeria.