caution

In a rather prescient way, she had cautioned in that report against, for example, an over-hasty definition of terrorism by the Sub-Commission.
Por ejemplo, en él advirtió con cierta clarividencia a la Subcomisión contra la formulación de una definición demasiado precipitada del terrorismo.
However, the Government of the United Kingdom had cautioned that the reform proposals had to be formulated in the light of its own international obligations.
Sin embargo, el Gobierno del Reino Unido ha advertido que las propuestas de reforma han de formularse teniendo en cuenta sus propias obligaciones internacionales.
Prior to that development, the President of the National Election Commission had cautioned that the electoral census could not be completed in time because of delays in starting the process.
Antes de ese hecho, el Presidente de la Comisión Electoral Nacional había advertido que no podría terminarse a tiempo el censo electoral por las demoras que se habían presentado al iniciar el proceso.
In the past, it had cautioned that existing working methods must not be swept away without a reliable alternative and new methods must undergo small-scale testing to ensure that any problems did not cause widespread harm.
Anteriormente ha advertido que no deben eliminarse los métodos de trabajo actuales si no se cuenta con una alternativa fiable, y que los nuevos métodos deben someterse a ensayos en pequeña escala para impedir efectos generalizados de cualquier posible problema.
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