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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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“To say we can issue billions of dollars in debt on a moment’s notice and take on a system for which we have no means to pay for is not fiscally or service prudent,” Cate said.
Under federal law, she said, construction may harm the island only if there is no “prudent or feasible” way to avoid it.
Like Andrew Cuomo, he might have been prudent to let the crisis play out before penning a book.
It’s not official yet, and it certainly doesn’t mean people shouldn’t continue to take prudent public safety measures such as wearing masks and social distancing.
Deep cleaning public places such as subway cars seemed prudent early on, but evidence suggests that touching shared surfaces isn’t a big driver of transmission events, Klimek says.
If they had only been able to learn from the licentiate Alcaraz, who was experienced and very prudent!
But being himself in somewhat strained relations with the existing Government, he did not think it prudent to show himself.
On his departure from the Alcazar, the warden thought it prudent to send a person to observe his movements.
I being, he considered, the more prudent in money matters, kept our lodging accounts and paid the bills.
The commander-in-chief overrated the fighting qualities of the Neapolitan troops and thought it prudent to evacuate Rome.
NAPOLEON'S MARSHALSR. P. DUNN-PATTISON

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