caveats

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caveats

Warnings. Frequently encountered in real estate disclosures or contracts with the words “to the best of the Seller's knowledge”or “but without aid of a structural engineer.”

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As for the rest of us, I can only offer these parting words - caveat Lector - voter beware.
Her remarks on African American history, culture, and writing are guaranteed to spark strong reactions, both positive and negative (though it is worth prefacing this caveat lector with a reminder that Conde has never been one to avoid controversy).
But caveat lector, the average page is packed with 550 words.
My caveat lector is issued only because Hughes's own Introduction and many of his reviewers may give new readers of The Metamorphoses the impression that his translation seizes the essence of an epic-counter-epic that is far more complicated, various, and dialectical than they take it to be.
This caveat lector proves woefully inadequate, however.
that occur at irregular intervals without so much as a caveat lector.
If you equate the words "values voters" to "moral voters", caveat lector - let the reader beware
And while I've opined my belief that the Obama Administration is cognizant of the need for military spending, not just for the obvious reasons of defense, but also the less obvious need to compel next-generation research (see Caveat Lector, April 2009), the current reading of the tea leaves suggests some possibly big reductions are coming.
Habitually found in the scholia, these minor caveat lector instances nevertheless warrant mention.
In a society where we are constantly offered competing visions of the good society and where our choices actually matter, the rising sense of caveat emptor - and caveat lector - can only be beneficial.
And that increasingly awkward relationship is the focus of this month's Caveat Lector.
In his discussion of research methods, Bellman urges the writer to question the veracity of sources, issuing a caveat lector in particular for liner notes and Web sites (pp.