Precautious


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Pre`cau´tious


a.1.Taking or using precaution; precautionary.
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PRES related to hypertension and immunosuppression is especially common; therefore, patients with systemic sclerosis (SSc) require precautious evaluation.
VPNs are extremely precautious about their server uptime because every disturbance in server availability makes it impossible for users to connect via that particular region.
The source didn't disclose further details whether there are casualties but said that a rocket fell into the embassy, the rest fell in the vicinity of the embassy, which took extra precautious measures after the attack.
The new medical facility is designed to enhance precautious and preventive processes at the UAE capital's airport
Within the Roman Catholic context, after the Second Vatican Council, following up the council's precautious widening of the Roman Catholic Church's approach to other church traditions, a number of documents from this church context witness to the use of the concept "unity in diversity." In the church constitution Lumen Gentium, which might be seen as the crowning achievement of the council, it becomes evident that the council's salvation-history approach led to a dynamic understanding of the church.
The Spontini-Weber rivalry elicited a reaction that only a precautious eleven-year-old would have: in June 1820, only a month after Spontini's arrival in Berlin, he wrote a Lustspiel in drei Szenen tided Ich J.
The police official said that the authorities have taken the precautious measure as there are more prisoners in the Central Jail more than its capacity.
Authorities have warned villagers in Ratanakkiri province's Veun Sai district to be precautious when using water from the Sesan river after four people came down with rashes on Friday.
Aoibhin, 30, told the Irish Mirror yesterday: "I had taken all the necessary precautious and John [her husband] is very safety savvy.
In order to stop terrorists, extremists, miscreant fasaadis, pseudo-Jihadi elements from commiting their crimes, and as a pre-emptive and precautious measure, security and law enforcement agencies were also reported taking away such potentially threatful and endangering elements who came to be known as missing or disappeared persons, before they could commit crimes or terrorism.
Especially the precautious necessity of stockpiling of anti-viral agents had been the focus of Germany's public debates.
This is what the New York Times bestselling author of "The Black Swan," Nassim Nicholas Taleb, averts us from in his newly released book "Skin in the Game: Hidden Asymmetries in Daily Life." The book shows us how to perceive life with a precautious eye helping us to better understand the world, spot imbalances, succeed in life, influence others and contribute to equality, by applying the symmetry of skin in the game in every aspect of our daily life.