beware of


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beware of

vi. cuidarse de; tener cuidado.
References in classic literature ?
Beware my Laura (she would often say) Beware of the insipid Vanities and idle Dissipations of the Metropolis of England; Beware of the unmeaning Luxuries of Bath and of the stinking fish of Southampton.
There is no need to beware of baby-cabs and wheelbarrows; but automobiles are dangerous things.
Beware of making any distinctions which may infringe equality.
That means," he said, "that there's a Woozy inside that fence, and the Woozy must be a dangerous animal or they wouldn't tell people to beware of it.
Brothers and sisters, I bid you beware Of giving your heart to a dog to tear.
But oh, beamish nephew, beware of the day, If your Snark be a Boojum
But, my Lord, think of what you're about to do, and beware of going too far
Yes, he also declared that he greatly liked me for my purity and good sense; that I must beware of dissolute young men; and that he knew Anna Thedorovna, who had charged him to inform me that she would shortly be visiting me in person.
By how much the more, men ought to beware of this passion, which loseth not only other things, but itself
Summary: Beware of leaving your flag on the ground since it may lead you to prison
It becomes clear that Redkin poses a threat to Kate--or should she beware of Olivia?
We've had beware of God, beware of Satan, beware of the Vikings, the Normans, the French, the Nazis, the Russians, nuclear war, Aids, global warming, climate change, Ebola, Muslims and now the Zika virus - it is those in power keeping us in check, with increasingly bizarre threats.