sensibleness


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the quality of showing good sense or practical judgment

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Yet it is also obvious from both the public debate and private discussions in New York and at the United Nations, where I have been visiting, that Washington remains hobbled by a structural weakness that may be an occupational hazard of all superpowers: an exaggerated sense of honor that prevents one from taking that final leap into sensibleness and realism, after starting down that courageous path.
Except of course, Ikea, for which we can all have a love-hate relationship: like Ryanair, low-calorie juice or lose-able folding umbrellas, we can't survive without it but get little real pleasure from its sheer sensibleness.
The sensibleness and balance of Adams' thinking is exemplified here:
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2-litre T180 D-4D, which crosses an element of sporting fun with the baby-seat sensibleness of chinos and Ikea cutlery.
2-litre T180 D-4D which crosses an element of sporting fun with the baby seat sensibleness of chinos and Ikea cutlery.
It's especially dismaying when young people feel pressured in the direction of spending and ostentation rather than frugality and sensibleness.
With his growing array of tattoos - including one above his buttocks that says 'Coach Parties Welcome' - and red and black-dyed mohican haircut, the 33-year-old seems totally at odds with the beige-walled sensibleness of the ordinary suburban terrace he's lived in for years with long-suffering girlfriend Lisa.
52) The Pace Court's application of the statute and procedural setup does not seem to meet Professor Yackle's sensibleness requirement, particularly if it will result, as Justice Stevens warned, in an excess of protective filings in the federal district courts.