judiciously : Definition, Usages, News and More

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jooh di shis lee

  • r  in a judicious manner
    let's use these intelligence tests judiciously

  • He has to keep the Afghan people on his side being sure to order air strikes judiciously, only when there's simply no other way of attacking a high-value target but he's .
  • Doctors now prescribe more judiciously, though treatment still saves lives in the case of severe arrhythmias.
  • Loafing is judiciously encouraged with a strategic scattering of hammocks, books and board games among the various sundecks and thatched-roofed palapas (pavilions), and massages are .
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  • President Bush in CounterPunch
    Plenty of people knew these weren't just words when a triumphant Karl Rove said, "We're an empire now, and when we act, we create our own reality. And while you're studying that reality -- judiciously, as you will -- we'll act again, creating other...
  • Joe Maddon in Seattle Post Intelligencer
    Mussina tonight, what he did was he had tremendous command of his off-speed pitches,said Rays manager Joe Maddon. "He mixed his fastball in judiciously, but primarily threw the off-speed stuff and threw it for strikes. He was on tonight."
  • Robert Byrd in USA Today
    Extended deliberation and debate, when employed judiciously, protects every senator, and the interests of their constituency, and are essential to the protection of the liberties of a free people,Byrd said in April, making one of his last...

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