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im prooh duhnt lee

  • r  in an imprudent manner
    imprudently, he downed tools and ran home to make his wife happy

  • For the moment, Britons' ire is directed outward: at Iceland's hubris in allowing its banks to expand imprudently.
  • The matter of style is obvious: he talks too much, and often imprudently.
  • Last August, when Under Secretary of State Nicholas Katzenbach imprudently told the Foreign Relations Com mittee that Johnson did not need any congressional declaration to .

  • David R. Nagle in Quad City Times
    The thing that concerns me about the Clinton campaign is they continue to spend money imprudently. You saw that in Iowa with the helicopter tours, the snow shovels,said Dave Nagle, a former Iowa congressman and former chair of the Iowa...

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