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prooh duhnt lee

  • r  in a prudent manner
    I had allotted my own bedroom for necking, prudently removing both the bed and the key, and taken both myself and my typewriter into my son's bedroom.

  • He has prudently decided to delay the upcoming election date, originally expected for this month, until at least June 10.
  • This week RCA Victor started to fight back by announcing the release of ''pseudo stereo"or, as the record liners prudently euphemize, monophonic recordings with "electronic .
  • Playmen started out to imitate Playboy, although more prudently: the first Girl of the Month held her hands over her bosom.
News & Articles

  • Law change could cost gas customers millions
    Amendment inserted in the state budget last week would allow natural gas companies to pass along to customers any “prudently incurred” costs of cleaning up long-closed gas manufacturing sites, many of which have been abandoned for decades.
    June 10, 2013 - Norwalk Reflector
Quotes

  • Elena Kagan in NECN
    As a judge, you are on nobody's team. As a judge you are an independent actor and your job is simply to evaluate the law and evaluate the facts and apply the one to the other as best, as most prudently, as most wisely as you can,Kagan said....
  • Jacob Zuma in Washington Post
    Since the implementation of our program will take place in the face of the economic downturn, we will have to act prudently -- no wastage, no rollovers of funds -- every cent must be spent wisely and fruitfully,said Zuma. "The economic...
  • Chris Dodd in International Herald Tribune
    Nothing concentrates the mind like a death sentence,Sen. Christopher Dodd said Thursday at the end of a daylong Senate Banking Committee hearing. "And we're looking at a death sentence here if we don't respond intelligently and prudently."

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