• Caution: Harmful if swallowed.
  • 警告:有害につき誤飲注意(◆説明書)
  • He was cautioned for assault.
  • 彼は次に暴行沙汰を起こしたら逮捕だと警告された
  • I cautioned him to be quiet.
  • 彼に静かにしろと警告した
  • treat ... with caution
  • …を注意して取り扱う
  • A 2011 op-ed in the New York Times attributed the decreased segregation rating to the overall exodus from the city, cautioning that these areas may soon become more segregated.
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  • As Riel's religious pronouncements became increasingly removed from Roman Catholicism, the clergy began to distance themselves, and father Alexis André cautioned Riel against mixing religion and politics.
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  • As with any historical source, the Chronicle has to be treated with some caution.
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  • Austin cautioned Texians to remain on the defensive, as any unprovoked attacks against Mexican forces could limit the support Texians might receive from the United States if war officially began.
  • Wikipedia: Battle of Gonzales
  • Authorities in Mexico closed the port at Acapulco to small fishing and recreational boats, and advised larger craft to use caution.
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  • Because of its demand by collectors a large number of counterfeits exist made with base metal, and buyers should exercise caution when purchasing specimens.
  • Wikipedia: Trade dollar (United States coin)
  • Because of the tendentious nature of the collection, the work is used by historians with great caution.
  • Wikipedia: Liber Eliensis
  • Beveridge cautioned that because the anime was designed around the non-linear format of the manga, its transitions might at first be troublesome for the viewer, but by the final volume finds the anime in all its aspects far superior.
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  • Bishop Preysing cautioned against compromise with the new regime, against those who saw the Nazi persecution of the church as an aberration that Hitler would correct.
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  • Center for Drug Evaluation and Research cautions that people with heart or lung disease need their supplementary oxygen carefully regulated and should not use oxygen bars.
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  • Corbulo, having been informed of the impending attack, sent two legions under the commands of Verulanus Severus and Vettius Bolanus to the assistance of Tigranes with secret directions that they should act with caution rather than vigour.
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  • Despite the advantages of such an adaptation, zoos are cautioned that parthenogenesis may be detrimental to genetic diversity.
  • Wikipedia: Komodo dragon
  • He knew that the only testimony against them would come from a nine-year-old girl, and that King James had cautioned judges to examine carefully the evidence presented against accused witches, warning against credulity.
  • Wikipedia: Samlesbury witches
  • His batting was regarded as solid and dependable but unspectacular, and critics accused him of excessive caution at times.
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  • His captain Percy Fender seemed satisfied with his role, keeping him in it all season despite his reputation for caution.
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  • His taciturn nature was a manifestation of a caution in close relationships that traced its origin to the incidents of abandonment, intrigue and betrayal experienced during his childhood.
  • Wikipedia: Pedro II of Brazil
  • Holman cautioned the Genocide Convention would subject Americans to the jurisdiction of foreign courts with unfamiliar procedures and without the protections afforded under the Bill of Rights.
  • Wikipedia: Bricker Amendment
  • However, James Monroe, who would become Governor of Virginia before the end of the year, visited Jefferson at Monticello and cautioned him against meeting with Madison, since another meeting between two of the most important Democratic-Republican leaders would provoke significant public comment.
  • Wikipedia: Report of 1800
  • Ignoring a caution from the shopkeeper who offers him the skin, the protagonist greedily surrounds himself with wealth, only to find himself miserable and decrepit at the story's end.
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  • In 1771, his Thoughts on the Late Transactions Respecting Falkland's Islands cautioned against war with Spain.
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  • In 1863 Lyell's Geological Evidences of the Antiquity of Man popularised prehistory, though his caution on evolution disappointed Darwin.
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