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these intelligence tests were used injudiciously for many years
- The Jesus of The Secret Gospel, injudiciously extrapolated from Smith's serious and important studies in Gnostic manuscripts, is a mysterious magician whose disciples are .
- The heroine injudiciously sits in it just before getting married.
- Shortly before the Korean war, a Chicago gas company injudiciously tried to raise the price of the natural gas it was selling to a power company controlled by William Wood Prince .
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- Ruben Navarrette: The wrong debate on immigration
Justice Sonia Sotomayor has injudiciously reignited the conversation over words used in the immigration debate just when the prospects for immigration reform in Congress are holding on by a thread.
Feb. 16, 2014 - Ventura County Star
- Panfilo Lacson in Business Mirror
Lacson added: "If we injudiciously exonerate or pin the blame on anybody without exhausting all legal means to get to the bottom of this controversy, then we only have ourselves to blame if we are branded as accomplices or subservient to the corrupt...