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fawr wawr ning

  • n  an early warning about a future event
  • v  warn in advance or beforehand; give an early warning

  • All they got after 10 to 15 minutes of massage was a fluttering:"ventricular fibrillation," usually the forewarning of a dying heart.
  • The problem is the new bills were slipped into the economy without any public awareness campaign and minimal forewarning.
  • It was a paradoxical sense of relief that came upon us, yet everyone, including the injured boy's family, was thankful that the off-target rocket was not a forewarning of another .
News & Articles

  • Gloria Huggard Miller Bukowski Part I
    Sometimes we think we have our lives planned out and there is no forewarning that our life is going to be upended by tragedy. That is what happened to Gloria Miller who suddenly found herself a widow at the age of 60 when her husband Richard Miller died in 1993 ending a marriage of 42 years. Their three sons were gone from home by now and with the death of her husband, Gloria found herself truly ...
    July 4, 2013 - Midland Daily News

  • Walter Bugno in
    It is disappointing that the Queensland government has chosen to increase taxes on EGMs (electronic gaming machines) in the casinos, and even more so that it has been done without any consultation or forewarning,Tabcorp's chief executive of...
  • David Blunkett in TV Scoop (blog)
    Rt Hon David Blunkett MP said: "The prime task of any criminal justice system is to prevent people from committing a crime in the first place, and then to avoid re-offending. Getting across a clear message, forewarning young people what prison is...

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