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An arbitrary translation of the dreams is absolutely unadvisable.
Very, and which, if true, would make it unadvisable in us to give the alarm that any public measures taken could not fail to do.
THE SWORD OF DAMOCLESANNA KATHARINE GREEN
A full bath during menstruation would, for most people, be unadvisable, but the cleansing of the private parts is imperative.
It is generally unadvisable to give it when there is constipation or hepatic congestion.
THE ACTION OF MEDICINES IN THE SYSTEMFREDERICK WILLIAM HEADLAND
It seemed unadvisable to the Premier—as he liked to be called and considered—that the members should meet often, and they did not.
She had spoken words—rash, unadvisable, but honest words—which even his little soul had felt deeply.
HERIOT'S CHOICEROSA NOUCHETTE CAREY
To send a runner seemed unadvisable, for he thought it unsafe to lessen the forces around him, if only by a man.
THE DELIGHT MAKERSADOLF BANDELIER
They considered it very unadvisable to send it among islands where, if it were wrecked, its loss would be great and irreparable.
It will not be unadvisable to take a more minute survey of this subject.
But in McPherson's judgment an attack at that point with such force as he had with him was unadvisable.

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