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The finding is “at the very least a cautionary tale,” says study author Julie Cosmidis, a geomicrobiologist at the University of Oxford.
The Secret History is a cautionary tale about how certain strategies of hatred persist over time, manifesting themselves in various forms with the same tropes and characters.
Scientists believe vaccines will probably remain effective because they produce a robust immune system response, but such reassurances have been paired with cautionary notes about how much remains unknown.
So, plainly cautionary tale — a little bit of knowledge is potentially dangerous.
The dramatic rise and fall of Nikola over just a few months was this year’s cautionary tale.
Despite the committee’s consensus that the vaccine is safe and effective, there was at least one cautionary note about the absence of long-term data.
The fact that only one-half of American adults get a seasonal flu vaccine should be a cautionary tale for those expecting universal compliance with recommendations to get covid-19 vaccines, when they become available.
Today, Koscinski, a 42-year-old elementary school speech therapist, hopes she can be a cautionary tale for friends and neighbors in her small town of Yerington, Nev.
Canadian Thanksgiving could be a cautionary tale for Americans amid coronavirus surgeThe biggest losers in the collapse of the industry aren’t the banks or the borrowers but the employees, well over 2 million of whom are out of work.
Then I could write a cautionary tale of the roads not to take for the sake of a little strange and make a million dollars on the film rights.
WHEN CUCKOLDING’S GONE CRAZYEUGENE ROBINSONOCTOBER 26, 2020OZY

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