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They also assert that a number of unwise exemptions—plus a lack of enforcement and public awareness—have limited the program’s effectiveness.
William Banks, professor at Syracuse University College of Law, said that sending uniformed troops to the polls, including the Guard, would be unwise.
It would be unwise for Democrats to end the filibuster assuming Republicans wouldn’t develop an agenda to take advantage of its absence.
Even when it’s possible to estimate the risk, the authors still say it’s unwise to put too much faith in these predictions.
I think you could ask the question whether they’re really unwise or not.
Wordsworth has illustrated how an unwise and importunate demand for a reason from a child may drive him into invention.
CHILDREN'S WAYSJAMES SULLY
That she was unwise in assuming her own will so promptly, with little regard to consulting his, she might yet discover.
ELSTER'S FOLLYMRS. HENRY WOOD
It is unwise and immoral to accept any important statement without proof.
GOD AND MY NEIGHBOURROBERT BLATCHFORD
Fifteen cents is the price, and many are palmed off on the unwise for the real imported article.
No, indeed, I shan't miss it, and you won't unless you're a bigger—I mean more unwise than I think you.
DOROTHY AT SKYRIEEVELYN RAYMOND

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