carefulness


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the trait of being cautious

the quality of being careful and painstaking

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Simultaneously, the Israeli enemy army was on alert on the opposite side of the course of the Wazzani River, while the Lebanese army watched their every action with carefulness.
When I took driving lessons, my teacher helped my focusing on carefulness and respect for other road users," said Ahmad Saeed Salem Al Rashidi, the model driver with no single fine in 42 years of driving.
While admiring Winand's skills and carefulness as I do those of Ulias, I saw in the end no reason to abandon the advice in question.
He said: "James' horse showed amazing scope and carefulness to get round such a tricky course.
How Throughness/ Well the Carefulness of How Well Doctor Physician Independent Last Exam the Doctor Explained Style Variable Received Listened Things Index Total population 72 75 76 4.
As an indication of his carefulness, none of these fires got out of control.
Painted with understanding and measured carefulness, the portrait captures the half-shy, half-confident, quizzical look on her well-nourished and well-scrubbed face, glossily ruddy beneath the deftly rendered translucency of her headdress.
Perhaps aware of his countrymen's reputation for financial carefulness, he defended his department's pounds 75,000 annual budget for hospitality.
These in their carefulness and attention to textual detail stand somewhat apart from the general character of this book--an excellent and helpful summary of the contested area in Hegel studies and hermeneutics, but less helpful in deepening our understanding of that terrain, or in helping us find our way.
My mother drives with an exaggerated carefulness, keeping her eyes straight ahead so she doesn't have to look at me.
Commerce on the Internet, like commerce anywhere else, will require carefulness, attention to the rights of others, and compliance with a growing body of regulation.
Finally, corrective justice theories treat carefulness as a duty, not just a calculation of advantage.
Finally, with a hint of carefulness that has come from 29 years on the Hunters sideline (11 as head coach), comes the answer.
With my new found carefulness, I have managed to not buy a couple of tops I really, really wanted, all for the sake of not spending money and even saved some in an index-linked ISA or whatever it was my boyfriend was nagging about recently.
Another little girl carries a bowl of charcoal with concentrated infant carefulness over the bumpy tiles for the soldiers to light their pipes in The Tavern Courtyard (Washington National Gallery), possibly part of The Mechelen, since it is overlooked by the Nieuwe Kerk in the marketplace.