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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The caveat lector guerrilla campaign is chronicled online, where the dubious claims of cell phone marketers and placard-wielding politicians are treated with equal suspicion.
For those engaged in proving Shakespeare's Catholicism from what he wrote, Hamilton's book on Munday would seem to carry an implicit warning: caveat lector.
Caveat lector: This reviewer's name, unbeknownst to her, appears in the credits of this video.
CAVEAT LECTOR: the latest work by the late Philip Rieff is impenetrably, almost excruciatingly hard to read.
For now, Rampersad's book is required reading, but an admonition is in order: CAVEAT LECTOR.
So, when it comes to ingesting popular literature about "research": caveat lector.
To the philosophical novice I would give the advice: caveat lector.
Just keep in mind: Caveat lector, or, reader beware.
(It is a trifle disconcerting, for example, to thumb back to the first of his copious endnotes and light upon the following caveat lector: "The reader should treat the historical detail in these lectures with caution; its value is sometimes more mythical than factual.") But say what you will, the man knew how to command the bully pulpit.
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.