Sentence Examples


  • The second and third implements of analysis above cited are of the nature of cautions or checks.
  • In comparing the figures of 1890 with those of 1906 these cautions are not of force, since both census counts were taken by the same methods.
  • Unquestionably certain of his remarks indicate the view that the origin is to be sought in things-in-themselves, but against hasty misinterpretations of such remarks there are certain cautions to be borne in mind.