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n.1.One who cautions or advises.
2.(Scots Law) A surety or sponsor.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Before a caution is registered, the cautioner must swear an affidavit stating the reasons of lodging the restriction.
In this hour, that man's voice must be listened to, who as the German prophet of the 16th century once began as a friend of the Jews, but compelled by his conscience, by experience and reality became the greatest anti-Semite of his time--the great cautioner of his people against the Jews.
Instead of the usual response of asking the cautioner to either refrain from commenting or telling them to drive instead, the advice should be taken in the right spirit.