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For all of the stereotypes about elected officials being circumspect in how they speak to the public, often carefully withholding their true views, there are moments when honesty shines through.
When Leahy then asked whether the president could pardon himself for a crime, Barrett was circumspect.
While some feminists have seen much promise in the possibility for law reform, others have been more circumspect.
So yeah, we need to be more circumspect and critical about the way we understand the role of law.
What follows is a pretty detailed walk-through, but I’ll be more circumspect when discussing steps described at more length elsewhere, such as in our 2016 methodology guide.
Sad and very rough experience of life had taught him to be uncommonly circumspect for his years.
Of course the cook sought to counteract such tendencies, but he had to be very circumspect, for Sambo resented insults fiercely.
But Lillie aspired somewhat higher than Sunday-school concerts and such circumspect circles.
She is always carefully circumspect, and so works out a patient revenge, though I believe I did her no wrong.
SWORD AND GOWNGEORGE A. LAWRENCE
Therefore, my son, be very circumspect, and show this only to wise and discreet men.

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