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circumspect

sur kuhm spekt

  • s  heedful of potential consequences
    circumspect actions
    physicians are now more circumspect about recommending its use

  • After the defeat in the finals, the captain was very circumspect while giving the post match interview.
News & Articles

  • 4 Exchanges You Should Listen To About NSA Surveillance
    Today was round two on Capitol Hill. After the Senate Appropriations Committee questioned the director of the National Security Agency , the House Judiciary Committee grilled FBI Director Robert Mueller. While Gen. Keith Alexander seemed enthusiastic about releasing more information to the public, yesterday, the FBI's Mueller was more circumspect, saying the leaks of classified information hurt ...
    June 13, 2013 - KERA North Texas
Quotes

  • Claire McCaskill in Minneapolis Star Tribune
    He's in a no-win situation,said Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., an Obama backer. "If he stretches out his knowledge and expounds on all the things he knows, he runs the risk of being patronizing. If he is circumspect and is short-winded and...
  • Dianne Feinstein in Forbes
    Judge Southwick is a qualified, sensitive and circumspect person,said Feinstein, who said the nominee was neither insensitive or a racist.
  • John Bolton in FOX News
    I think the most important thing you can say about Ban Ki-moon is that he has not bought into this dangerous idea,Bolton said. "He is concentrating on doing the job of secretary-general. He's doing it in a circumspect way, kind of learning...

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