great care

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more attention and consideration than is normally bestowed by prudent persons

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In an oligarchy it is necessary to take great care of the poor, and allot them public employments which are gainful; and, if any of the rich insult them, to let their punishment be severer than if they insulted one of their own rank; and to let estates pass by affinity, and not gift: nor to permit any person to have more than one; for by this means property will be more equally divided, and the greater part of the poor get into better circumstances.
The window of the young lady's chamber was opened now; for she loved to feel the rich summer air stream in, and revive her with its freshness; but there always stood in water, just inside the lattice, one particular little bunch, which was made up with great care, every morning.
Todd selected a piece of the shirt with great care, and handing to Mr.
Todd, laying down the probe with the air of a man who had assumed it merely in compliance with forms; and, turning to Richard, he fingered the lint with the appearance of great care and foresight.
At two in the morning Boxtel saw Rosa leaving the chamber; but evidently she held in her arms something which she carried with great care.
Habitually he spoke little and slowly, bowed frequently, laughed without noise, showing his teeth, which were fine and of which, as the rest of his person, he appeared to take great care.
He made a sign to one of his vizirs, and whispered in his ear, "Fetch me that man who is standing out there, but take great care not to frighten him.
At first they all thought I was going to throw it into the sea, but they were quieted when they saw I held it with great care, and great was their surprise when I made signs that I too wished to write something.
I went publicly to an inn in the town with my trunk, as I called it, and having taken the substance out, I did not think the lumber of it worth my concern; however, I gave it the landlady of the house with a charge to take great care of it, and lay it up safe till I should come again, and away I walked in to the street.
TO make sure vulnerable people get the dignified care they deserve, we have to make sure we have great care workers.
YOUR many readers should please be aware of the need for great care on roads near Warwick University, especially after dark, because of "phantom riders" - cyclists in dark clothing, with no lights, no helmet, and even sometimes with folded arms.
Summary: His Highness Shaikh Saud bin Rashid Al Mualla, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Umm Al Quwain has hailed the great care and support given by the President His Highness Shaikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, His Highness Shaikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, and their Highnesses the Rulers of the Emirates for the march of the education sector in the country.
We are always focused on taking great care of our associates so they can in turn take great care of our guests.
My father was building this house with great care and attention to detail.
The Sultanate attaches a great care to disabled people and provides them with the opportunity to effectively participate in all activities.