Prudence Definition

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1. 'How is it that prudence hasn't returned your brougham?' I asked one day. 1
2. A lack of prudence may lead to financial problems. 1
3. A wealthy partner risks money on the prudence of less affluent partners. 1
4. Along this line of thought, criminal punishment should be applied with prudence and in anamount. 1
5. An old maid, perhaps, but what had prudence accomplished to get rich? 1
6. An ounce of prudence is worth a pound of gold.  1
7. And grace works its way out in the simple details of life through a second houseguest: prudence. 1
8. And why , my lady wisdom? Hold your tongue, good prudence ; smatter with your gossips, go. 1
9. As the markets pitch and yaw the pressing question is whether central bankers and regulators have acted with swift prudence, or ill-judged panic. 1
10. As well as realism, tactical prudence restricts the number of candidates they present. 1
11. Britain has warned travellers to exercise prudence and care. 1
12. But there was still something lurking behind , of which prudence forbad the disclosure. 1
13. But what passion was there in a life lived with prudence? 1
14. Caution and prudence can become an unwillingness to engage in economic activity. 1
15. Conclusion Low Molecular Dextran should be forbid or used prudence in AICVD patient who amalgamate pressgrease. 1
16. David showed prudence in doing the things committed to him by Saul. 1
17. Dear prudence would dictate staying put and waiting for air to come and retrieve him. 1
18. For the first time in his life, Bigwig had found himself driven to moderation and prudence. 1
19. From a long-sighted prudence, he observes the maxim of the ancient sage, that we should ever conduct ourselves towards our enemy as if he were one day to be our friend. 1
20. From a long-sighted prudence, he ovserves the maxim of the ancient sage, that we should ever conduct ourselves towards our enemy as if he were one day to be our friend. 1
21. Good luck favors emotional intelligence, self-restraint, prudence & emotional illiteracy, impulsivity and recklessness are likely to produce bad luck. Dr T.P.Chia  1
22. He ended up calling them all to Washington to urge prudence in the lending system, not pyromania. 1
23. He has a bit too much affectation and too little prudence.... 1
24. He is at once a hedonist who preaches prudence and temperance, a theist who rejects divine intervention and the survival of the soul, and an atomist who upholds both mechanism and free will. 1
25. He is prudence personified. 1
26. However commendable prudence may be as an accounting concept, decline will put it under pressure. 1
27. If he held back, would that be judged as prudence or gutlessness? 1
28. If prudence is telling the central bankers to stand pat, so is their optimism. 1
29. If you have a positive character, you are likely to believe in work ethics, responsibility, sell- esteem, determination, perseverance, prudence, self- restraint, and emotional discipline. Dr T.P.Chia  1
30. If you wish to succeed, you should use persistence as your good friend, experience as your reference, prudence as your brother and hope as your sentry.  1

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