I must warn you, you may not like what you're going to see.
If you saw a neighbor's house on fire, you'd run over, wouldn't you, to warn her. That's how we feel about our message.
It's, of course, not a good time to sell, but I also warn (investors) that it is now selling at a big premium to its net asset value, ... So, it's six of one and half a dozen of another -- very difficult to say.
The advisory was issued to warn people about a tricky evening rush hour. The warning was generally for Lorain County, with small parts of Cuyahoga and Medina counties affected, as well.
We're not trying in any way to encourage or promote migration. The only thing we're trying to do is warn (immigrants) of the risks they face and where to get water, so they don't die.
When Saladin was fighting the Crusaders, he would warn them, he would offer them a truce, he would try to go the extra mile before attacking.
The prevailing method is to warn skiers with visual warnings, the bright orange, and they're supposed to slow down. This is the first time there has been any incident there.
We're trying to warn surfers that we have high surf and strong rip currents and they should use extreme caution.
We warn all those who try to touch the weapons of those who liberated Gaza. These arms must be used to free our occupied motherland.
This plan will make sure that treatment facilities warn the public when they dump sewage into local waterways.
In all fairness, I feel compelled to warn men that women, even on good days, are compulsively manipulative. We constantly take advantage of the fact that men are either unaware of this particular trait or are wonderfully forgetful.
I would warn Orlando that you're right in the way of some serious hurricanes, ... It'll bring about terrorist bombs. It'll bring earthquakes, tornadoes and possibly a meteor.
He was shocked by it, ... He said everyone has an instinct to warn someone you know, but when you sign up for the job you have to give that up.
They tried to warn the vehicle to stop, ... It did not stop.
In Islamist jurisprudence you warn enemies before you attack them. It is typical behavior.
We flat out got a good old butt kicking. We tried to warn our kids about this team, but they lived on last week's opening day win all week in practice.
It was one of those cases that we always warn hunters about that you never fire if you don't know where that slug is going to end up.
There were no gates, no lights, no bells, no stop signs to warn of an oncoming train, ... One month before our accident a man was killed there, and one week before our accident there was another accident. In all there were eight people killed in a period of seven years at this one particular crossing before gates and lights were installed.
He is drawing out the boundaries to paramilitaries, to warn them that if they step over the line, the military has a right to act against them because right now they (the military) hesitate to act.
Our feeling is that I want to warn people before I do it [raise water rates]. It's just good customer service.
Students have been brainwashed with a culture of political correctness and tolerance. We warn them, and they call it hate speech. If you don't agree with everything that they believe, they call you intolerant.
The whale is in an alien environment for its species. It is obviously distressed and tired and we must warn that there may not be a happy ending to this unfolding saga.
I'd just warn them to be careful of the animals. There are snakes, scorpions and spiders in here.
I want to warn anybody who in any way - either verbal, written, direct or indirect, by electronic messages or through carrier pigeons - communicates with fugitives from The Hague.
All a poet can do today is warn. That is why the truest poets must be truthful.