It is the duty of an auditor to bring to bear on the work he has to perform that skill, care and caution which a reasonably competent, careful and cautious auditor would use.
It is appropriate here to repeat the caution often taught in medical school: When hearing hoof beats, don't look for zebras!
Those urging caution note the failure of the euro to go above $1.30, despite ongoing market clatter about dollar weakness.
Extreme caution is urged with men who exhibit severe violence or sociopathic traits.
But this caution , Mr. Rummel notes, is not merely about protecting life. It is about protecting science.
The committee issued a formal caution against Mr Clayton's entry on the register.
However, members of the Public and Commercial Services union and Prospect union have met the announcement with a note of caution .
It became clear that it wasn't a clear-cut hydraulics failure, as the gauge was reading erratically without the associated warning or caution .
they let him off with a caution
We understand that most motorists are very understanding and pass with due caution and care, and I would hope that most riders would thank them for this.