(a.) Giving admonition; instructing by way of caution; warning.
(n.) Admonition; warning; especially, a monition proceeding from an ecclesiastical court, but not addressed to any one person.
(1) Referred to as the "monitorial system," his method utilized students as monitors who performed many of the tasks normally undertaken by a teacher; it was used to teach classes that often exceeded a thousand students at one time.
(2) The lower prevalence of this electrophoretic form in presumably healthy individuals (p = 7%) and noncancer hospitalized patients (p = 30%) suggests that it may be useful as a diagnostic or monitory marker.
(3) Their plasma clofibrate and creatine kinase levels were constantly monitoried to detect clofibrate myotoxicity which we have observed in uremic patients at plasma levels generally considered safe in patients with normal renal function.
(4) Sixty-one monitorial assays of EGOT over 48 weeks supported the following interpretations.
(p. pr. & vb. n.) of Warn
(a.) Giving previous notice; cautioning; admonishing; as, a warning voice.
(n.) Previous notice.
(n.) Caution against danger, or against faults or evil practices which incur danger; admonition; monition.
(1) It involves creativity, understanding of art form and the ability to improvise in the highly complex environment of a care setting.” David Cameron has boosted dementia awareness but more needs to be done Read more She warns: “To effect a cultural change in dementia care requires a change of thinking … this approach is complex and intricate, and can change cultural attitudes by regarding the arts as central to everyday life of the care home.” Another participant, Mary*, a former teacher who had been bedridden for a year, read plays with the reminiscence arts practitioner.
(2) Businesses fleeing Brexit will head to New York not EU, warns LSE chief Read more Amid attempts by Frankfurt, Paris and Dublin to catch possible fallout from London, Sir Jon Cunliffe said it was highly unlikely that any EU centre could replicate the services offered by the UK’s financial services industry.
(3) What reforms there were could also be reversed, she warned.
(4) One man has died in storms sweeping across the UK that have brought 100-mile-an-hour winds and led to more than 50 flood warnings being issued with widespread disruption on the road and rail networks in much of southern England and Scotland.
(5) A Swedish news agency said it had received an email warning before the blasts in which a threat was made against Sweden's population, linked to the country's military presence in Afghanistan and the five-year-old case of caricatures of the prophet Muhammad by Swedish artist Lars Vilks.
(6) The key warning from the Fed chair A summary of Bernanke's hearing Earlier... MPs in London quizzed the Bank of England on Libor.
(7) In London, diesel emissions are now so bad that on several days earlier this summer, children, older people and vulnerable adults were warned not to venture outside .
(8) Concurrent with this change in the level of enforcement of RBT was an extensive publicity campaign, which warned drinking drivers of their increased risk of detection by RBT units.
(9) The proportions of one of the warning stimuli, with respect to the total number of trials, were 0.10, 0.30 and 0.50.
(10) Additionally, the "early warning" capability of SaO2 monitoring was analyzed by recording the severity and outcome of hypoxemic events during treatment.
(11) Last November he bluntly warned EU chiefs he could, if he wished, “flood Europe” with refugees.
(12) They include two leading Republican hopefuls for the presidential race in 2016, Rand Paul and Marco Rubio; three of them enjoy A+ rankings from the NRA and a further eight are listed A. Rand Paul of Kentucky The junior senator's penchant for filibusters became famous during his nearly 13-hour speech against the use unmanned drones, and he is one of three senators who sent an initial missive to Reid , warning him of another verbose round.
(13) The speaker issued his warning after William Hague told MPs that the government would consult parliament but declined to explain the nature of the vote.
(14) Prof Bryan Williams, chair of the working party that developed the chart, said: "Many changes in healthcare are incremental but this new National Early Warning Score (News) has the potential to transform patient safety in our hospitals and improve patient outcomes.
(15) In January a similar group of MPs warned of a threat to Cameron in 2014 unless he improves the Tories' standing.
(16) Families believed that physicians would not listen (13% of sample), would not talk openly (32%), attempted to mislead them (48%), or did not warn about long-term neurodevelopmental problems (70%).
(17) He has also been a vocal opponent of gay marriage, appearing on the Today programme in the run-up to the same-sex marriage bill to warn that it would "cause confusion" – and asking in a Spectator column, after it was passed, "if the law will eventually be changed to allow one to marry one's dog".
(18) According to the report filed by the New York state department of financial services (NYSDFS), when warned by a US colleague about dealings with Iran, a Standard Chartered executive caustically replied: "You f---ing Americans.
(19) The following examinations could be proposed: in high risk cases determined before pregnancy, a chorionic villus sampling should be done between the 9th and 11th weeks of gestation; in low risk cases such as advanced maternal age, a first trimester chorionic villus sampling or a second trimester amniocentesis could be chosen; in the case of Down's syndrome, warning signs, for example ultrasonographic or biological parameters, a second trimester placental biopsy to relieve the parents' anxiety; in high risk cases such as ultrasonographic malformations, late placental biopsy or cordocentesis.
(20) The conclusion is to warn the orthopaedic surgeons to look carefully what model is behind the pretty coloured results.