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Government, by whatever name it is called, is a matter of experience and expediency.
From this statement Congress will judge of the expediency of directing a rehearing in both cases.
It included, to the full extent, the doctrine of expediency denounced by Abolitionists.
He pretended to consult Phineas as to the expediency of his returning to Saulsby.
PHINEAS REDUXANTHONY TROLLOPE
Neither tradition nor expediency has any place in the heart that has learnt to prize, to reverence, and to obey the Word of God.
His mental debate is not over the question of desiring the goods, but over the expediency and probable result of buying them.
THE PSYCHOLOGY OF SALESMANSHIPWILLIAM WALKER ATKINSON
In enforcing them, the governors relied on the impotence of resistance, and justified their enactment on the ground of expediency.
They act on the basis of principle rather than on the basis of expediency.
The expediency of this approval is consequently submitted to the consideration of the Senate.
In Marcus Aurelius, this expediency sometimes provokes us a little.

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