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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXPEDIENCE

Expedience is that which is good for the community, and good for every individual in it.

Whatever duty and expedience require to be done, we are willing to do.

Justice is his first guide, the second law of his actions is expedience.

What but the expedience of a law that will never be executed?

He will show that such things which in expedience ought not to have been done were unavoidable, and therefore to be excused.

Now this expedience is the desideratum to be sought, either without the experience of means, or with that experience.

Burke was surely false to his political philosophy in founding his American argument on expedience rather than on principle.

Indeed the principal difference between that gentleman and myself is confined to the question of expedience.

He had excused his cowardice by calling it "expedience," but, to do him justice, he did not do justice to himself.

The problem of expedience of conduct concerned Doctor Svetilovitch but little.

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