The National Federation of the Blind, the oldest and largest nationwide organization of blind Americans, understands that guns are dangerous weapons, and that anyone who owns, carries, or uses them must therefore exercise great care and sound judgment
in doing so.
Obama said he will continue to rely on Lew's advice and sound judgment
"as we work to create good, middle-class jobs, provide more people with the skills those jobs require, and ensure every hardworking American can earn a decent living.
Training should emphasize sound judgment
Naughton showed what sound judgment
that was with a class display capped by the opening goal in the 63rd minute.
When responding to incidents, sound judgment
and discretion must be applied to the nature of the incident by the emergency services whether excessive speed is necessary.
In introducing his economic team on Monday, President-elect Barack Obama said that he had chosen leaders who would offer sound judgment
and fresh thinking.
This was a sound judgment
and one that should be kept.
Well, it couldn't have had anything to do with sound judgment
, human intelligence or good taste could it?
That "expert opinion" is often based more on the expert's overconfidence than on sound judgment
is illustrated by the otherwise brilliant British mathematician and physicist Lord Kelvin.
In business, as in art and science, effective simplicity is the product of careful thought, sound judgment
and thorough planning.
Personnel constraints and sound judgment
dictate that investigators prioritize leads and pursue those with the most potential first.
The director position now requires training, specialized skills and business experience in order to exercise sound judgment
on complex issues," he says.
But he added, in a later note, that he felt Sinclair's Lanny Budd novels would ``contribute to the development of sound judgment
about the political forces in our time,'' and praised Sinclair's ``courageous and unselfish fight for reason and human decency.
Les is a highly respected, experienced and successful figure with a reputation for sound judgment
and analytical thinking.
The editorial staff defended this issue as addressing "the 'war on terror' from the standpoint of sound judgment
and humanistic justice.