expedience


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Synonyms for expedience

the quality of being suited to the end in view

taking advantage of opportunities without regard for the consequences for others

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Of course, we know that many companies, either because of tradition or expedience, remain siloed enough that their departments are unwilling or unable to cede the management of their specific risks to an outsider.
He had faults as do we all and on occasions had to use political expedience to get his own way.
The answer is simply that it's political expedience.
Haqimi, a civil society activist, agreed the national unity government was created out of expedience, and not by the votes of people.
Fox brings with her nearly 10 years of residential and corporate interior design expedience.
Meanwhile, an Iranian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman, Marzieh Afkham said that Tehran's position is that the security pact is not useful for the long-term expedience and interests of Afghanistan and could have a negative impact on regional issues.
Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Marziyeh Afkham said, "The Islamic Republic of Iran does not consider the signing and approval of the pact useful for the long term expedience and interests of Afghanistan.
consider the expedience of the location of Aliyev's statue in the Reforma Alley.
The complex dialogue among good, evil, need, and expedience in film noir and its ramifications in terms of culture and class have been widely recognized in film history and criticism.
For Jerry Ekandjo to imply that the striking teachers are manipulated by opposition political parties for political expedience is not only an attempt to undermine their intelligence but it is a serious insult of the worst order," he said.
KARACHI -- President Awami National Party (ANP), Shahi Syed Sunday accused the Sindh government of exercising expedience in dealing with the issue of law and order.
The idea that financial statements should be prepared predominantly on the basis of expedience, pragmatism, or potential "market consequences"--as implied by Stack--ought to be dismissed as anathema.
Under the terms of the transaction, CN Tetragen will acquire the complete Expedience portfolio, assets, and the active customer and supplier contracts.
CN Tetragen, a Spanish technology company, has acquired Nokia Siemens Networks' proprietary, fixed-wireless broadband business, Expedience.
7 March 2012 - Finland-based Nokia Siemens Networks (NSN) said on Wednesday it had sold its proprietary, fixed-wireless broadband business Expedience to Spanish technology holding CN Tetragen, without revealing the value of the deal.