Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
L. caved, let him beware, pres. subj. of cavere, to be on one's guard to, beware
Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
L., 'let him take care'—cavēre, to take care.
And even this last caveat is sometimes disregarded by careful sonneteers.
"The Principles of English Versification" by Paull Franklin Baum
The United States government does not grant Caveats.
"Practical Mechanics for Boys" by J. S. Zerbe
This plan is preferred by many inventors to filing a caveat.
"Practical Pointers for Patentees" by Franklin Cresee
Behind that legal Latin maxim, "Caveat emptor," the merchant stood for centuries, safely entrenched.
"Little Journeys to the Homes of the Great, Volume 11 (of 14)" by Elbert Hubbard
An act, constituting the caveat board a court of equity and good conscience, was passed in 1835.
"The History of Tasmania, Volume I (of 2)" by John West
It is a mandamus, a caveat, and all sorts of horrific things.
"The Man Who Knew" by Edgar Wallace
But, if he does, he can at once enter a caveat in the Probate Registry.
"The Herapath Property" by J. S. Fletcher
They should include a caveat that this information comes from Alpha Prime and may or may not apply to the Zeta Prime Sandemans.
"Zeta Exchange" by Ann Wilson
At any rate, caveat emptor!
"Problems of Expansion" by Whitelaw Reid
It's a clear case of 'Caveat emptor.
"In Brief Authority" by F. Anstey
Let's begin with a caveat.
With the new partnership though, comes a new interesting caveat.
Be Careful What You Wish For: Schubert Gets Published, But There Is A Caveat.
Mars Curiosity 's 'History Making' Discovery Revealed, With a Caveat.
A decent number — with lots of caveats.
What's hot (with caveats) in Manhattan renovations.
There were ghosts, goblins and witches haunting Government Center on Wednesday, with one little caveat: most of them worked there.
This was the blowout for which Georgetown and its fans have been waiting, although, even in a 36-point victory, there were a few caveats.
Most people say they want to live a long life, with a caveat: They want to stay healthy throughout those extended years.
County executive promised, with caveats, to repay costs if found guilty.
Ignoring the snoring and other caveats of marriage .
Mars Curiosity's 'History Making' Discovery Revealed, With a Caveat.
This is a continuation of my collection of unrelated picks, pans, rants, raves, and caveats.
The Fergus Falls Finance Committee approved a new streets policy last week, but it wasn't without some caveats.
Governor's call to embrace fuel is appropriate - with caveats.
Caveats concerning our model are discussed in §4.
Bondi-Hoyle-Lyttleton Accretion Model for Low-luminosity X-ray Sources in Globular Clusters
There are several caveats which should be taken into account, however, with respect to this discussion.
M(atrix) Theory: Matrix Quantum Mechanics as a Fundamental Theory
Another caveat is that this four-dimensional effective theory is (as emphasized in ) not consistent since it involves a sudden transition between contraction and expansion which is not consistent with the background Einstein equations.
On the Spectrum of Fluctuations in an Effective Field Theory of the Ekpyrotic Universe
However, there’s a caveat here, since another source of relative phases of −1 has not been discussed yet.
AMEGIC++ 1.0, A Matrix Element Generator In C++
This is certainly true for NIM-reps related to the embeddings given in Table 1 (with some caveat regarding embeddings of the type Bn ֒→ A2n for n > 1) or to diagonal embeddings g ֒→ g ⊕ g, but to our knowledge nothing is known for arbitrary embeddings p ֒→ g.
Branching rules of semi-simple Lie algebras using affine extensions