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  • r  in an improvident manner
    he lived improvidently for the moment

  • Since the 1960s, many of those institutions have closed, and hundreds of thousands of patients have been freed, some of them improvidently.
  • Thus, the number of doctors needed will be very much greater than ever before, and the waste of doctors, improvidently squandered throughout military and naval establishments, idly .
  • "The contracts with Imperial Oil and the Canadian Government were improvidently drawn, without even an effort to receive fair and reasonable terms.

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