Caution

Caution may refer to:

  • A precautionary statement describing a potential hazard
  • A police caution, an alternative to prosecution for a criminal offence in some countries such as the United Kingdom and Australia
  • A sanction taken on the field of play in Association Football by the appointed referee, signified by the showing of a Yellow card (sports)
  • La Caution, a French hip hop duo
  • The Yellow Caution Flag in automobile racing that indicates a hazardous condition and a prohibition from passing other cars
  • Caution (album), a 2002 album by Hot Water Music
  • CAUTION (Citizens against Unnecessary Thoroughfares in Older Neighborhoods), a 1970's-80's neighborhood group in Atlanta, Georgia that fought the construction of the "Presidential Parkway", today's Freedom Parkway
  • A notice entered on the register of title to land that prevents a proprietor from disposing of his land without a notice to the person who entered the caution.

Other articles related to "caution":

Robby Gordon - Controversies
... Jeff was angered and rushed under caution to retaliate by (failed) trying to cutting down Robby's tire but was black-flagged before he could make a second attempt to get to the #31's ... The caution was out and he wrecked me and he's a piece of shit." TNT apologized for his language, and Gordon apologized after the race, but Gordon was fined $50,000 and ... throwing roll bar padding onto the track at Atlanta Motor Speedway, drawing a caution flag that had a significant impact for the end of the race, especially drivers ...
Lust, Caution - Adaptations
... For the 2007 film by Ang Lee, see Lust, Caution (film) ... In 2009, an abridged version of Lust, Caution was read by Greg Wise as part of a series of online Jackanory style online films for The Carte Noire Readers ...

Famous quotes containing the word caution:

    Have I not walked without an upward look
    Of caution under stars....
    Robert Frost (1874–1963)

    ... your spiritual teachers caution you against enquiry—tell you not to read certain books; not to listen to certain people; to beware of profane learning; to submit your reason, and to receive their doctrines for truths. Such advice renders them suspicious counsellors.
    Frances Wright (1795–1852)

    People who wish to numb our caution in dealing with them by means of flattery are employing a dangerous expedient, like a sleeping draught, which, if it does not put us to sleep, keeps us all the more awake.
    Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900)