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As they are now ratcheting up, the prudent thing is to protect our staff and visitors.
Properly loaded and hitched trailers driven at prudent speeds do not tend to sway.
Landing any of them, should the Nationals look to really spend on a hitter, would make it more prudent to keep testing Kieboom, García and even Robles, who took a few steps back in 2020.
The regulated utility has the burden of proof to show regulators that its proposed costs are reasonable and prudent.
INSIDE THE UTILITY COMPANY LOBBYING BLITZ THAT WILL HIKE ELECTRIC BILLSBY PATRICK WILSON, RICHMOND TIMES-DISPATCHOCTOBER 9, 2020PROPUBLICA
Forecasting has value, but prudent people and organizations do not bet everything on having things turn out as expected.
The strict prohibition should be dropped in favor of language that provides for prudent management when events occur.
OIL COMPANIES ARE PROFITING FROM ILLEGAL SPILLS. AND CALIFORNIA LETS THEM.BY JANET WILSON, THE DESERT SUN, AND LYLLA YOUNES, PROPUBLICASEPTEMBER 18, 2020PROPUBLICA
So when it comes time to grow our Earth-covering quilt, I think the most prudent thing to do would be to head to Liechtenstein and host a quilting bee.
THE FIFTH BATTLE FOR RIDDLER NATIONZACH WISSNER-GROSSSEPTEMBER 4, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
The Justiciars had prudently barricaded the doors, but, when Bruce called for fire, they instantly surrendered.
Aguinaldo had prudently evacuated it two days before with his main army, going in the direction of Calumpit.
The Scots pressed forward; the English fell back; but Bruce prudently soon recalled his men from the conflict.

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