Warner

[wawr-ner]
noun
1.
Charles Dudley [duhd-lee] , 1829–1900, U.S. editor and essayist.
2.
Glenn Scobey [skoh-bee] , ("Pop") 1871–1954, U.S. football coach.
3.
Harry Morris, 1881–1958, U.S. filmmaker, born in Poland: one of the Warner Brothers.
4.
Jack L(eonard) 1892–1978, U.S. film producer, born in Canada.
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warn (wɔːn)
 
vb
1.  to notify or make (someone) aware of danger, harm, etc
2.  (tr; often takes a negative and an infinitive) to advise or admonish (someone) as to action, conduct, etc: I warn you not to do that again
3.  (takes a clause as object or an infinitive) to inform (someone) in advance: he warned them that he would arrive late
4.  (tr; usually foll by away, off, etc) to give notice to go away, be off, etc: he warned the trespassers off his ground
 
[Old English wearnian; related to Old High German warnēn, Old Norse varna to refuse]
 
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Character layouts and backgrounds were produced at the warner bros.
Knowing that she was breaching her contract with warner bros.
Originally, give it away did not fare well in the mainstream several of warner
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