Sir," interposed Blaisois, "I warn
you that I can only swim in rivers.
If you do not warn the captain you are as much a party to whatever follows as though you had helped to plot and carry it out with your own head and hands.
If I am going to warn him I might as well get the beastly job over for I have little stomach to talk with the brute at all.
Failure to comply with WARN
can expose employers to lawsuits and significant financial obligations.
He prefaced these iconic words with: "I warn
you that you will have pain - when healing and relief depend upon payment.
Under the federal WARN
Act, those companies that employ more than 100 people are required to issue a warning before instituting a layoff, but two years ago the state Legislature passed a law lowering the threshold to 75 workers, as well as attempting to put some teeth into the law.
Early warning is obviously more focused on strategic than on tactical warning and, if as envisaged, will also in future warn
about for instance potential terror attacks on African countries and will have to increasingly rely on warning intelligence.
that actions again private citizens are likely for some time.
At a jet's cruising altitude, the device probably could spot an ash plume more than 80 km away, giving pilots more than enough time to divert their plane around the danger and warn
other aircraft passing through the area.
But the Agency knew enough to warn
National Security Adviser Condoleezza Rice on June 28th that a "significant al-Qaeda attack" in the near future was "highly likely" -- and to refine that warning into a prediction of a U.
It would seem then that it is not mandatory to warn
one's wife before causing her to undergo the Sotah ceremony.
Following the official announcement, the movement to warn
rapidly assumed the elements of a crusade.