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That prudence squares with Roku’s previous aversion to original programming altogether.
In Nirmala Sitharaman speech, fiscal prudence took a backseat, healthcare got a much-anticipated boost, startups got a small reason to cheer and taxpayers’ slabs remained unaltered.
We need to upgrade our institutions to incorporate more wisdom, prudence, and love.
However, the importance of prudence has become so heightened and the number of new Covid cases has risen so rapidly that the combination seems to be pushing some companies to push pause on their physical production returns.
He that hath no experience, knoweth little: and he that hath been experienced in many things, multiplieth prudence.
De vray, la bont et prudence de M. de Biancourt parust fort emmy ce fortunal de passions humaines.
In truth, M. de Biancourt's goodness and prudence seemed much shaken by this tempest of human passions.
"The Seorita is a pearl of prudence and discretion: do whatever she desired you," said Alphonse.
The garage keeper when storing a car for another for compensation must exercise reasonable care and prudence.
It is not for weak beings, who enter into a composition with guilt, and cover selfishness and cowardice with the name of prudence.

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