The term caveats means a warning towards a specific situation. It comes from a Latin term which means "let him beware." It's synonyms are warning, and caution.
The warning was on the speed limit sign you blew by. There is no requirement for the officer to let you off on your first ticket.
That she didn't give up,and let nobody stand up to you,stand up for yourself.
Caveat emptor is not an acronym or abbreviation. It's latin for "Let the buyer beware." A caveat is a warning. Emptor is related to the word emporium (store.)
To let people know what you stand for means that you let people know what you believe in and what is important to you. What you won't stand for means the things that you will not put with or will not support.
tie the string around the bar magnet and let the bar magnet move freely. hope it helped
Let it sit on a magnet overnite
Though it has been heard as "let's blow this pop stand" and "let's blow this popcorn stand," it is much more commonly heard as "let's blow this popsicle stand."
STET it means "let it stand" in printer's terms
"Let's blow this popsicle stand" was a rem used in the 1920s to mean let us leave this soda shop.
You need to use an electromagnet in a scrap yard so that you can let go of the pieces of scrap that you pick up. A permanent magnet would not allow you to let go.
Warning to let you know your to close
Kristalnacht was a warning of what the Germans were capable of. Though one cannot say that Kristalnacht was a direct indication of what was to come; it was the response to Kristalnacht that was the real indicator, as the lack of complaint/outrage let the Germans think that they could do whatever they wanted and the world would stand by and let them.
Face your fears and don't let them stand in your way
Let me see and then I'll let you know but I think I'm breaking out the Jack in the jack stand for nothing lug pattern on the S10 looks a little bit bigger than the cavalier but I'm going to give it a shot will they fit
A generac generator works by having a magnet spin and let it make a current. The belt is driving an axle, which is where the magnet is actually on to make the current.
STET is a mark used by editors meaning "Let it Stand"
On this occasion I'm going to let you off with a warning.
Open a lemonade stand and let the kids get a feel of the real world or have a yard sale and sale all the old stuff and give them a piece of the action
Force of Magnet= qvbsin(x) let q= charge v=velocity b=magnetic field
Warning can be a noun. Example: The police officer let me go with just a warning.Warning is an adjective too. Example: The warning bell rings four minutes before the final bell.Warning is also a present participle, which is used to create progressive (continuous) verb tenses. Example: I am warningyou not to eat my chocolate!
You let people give u wedgies I <3 wedgies