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Now this is what had been happening to Tom Kitten, and it shows how very unwise it is to go up a chimney in a very old house, where a person does not know his way, and where there are enormous rats.
The second expedient is as impracticable as the first would be unwise.
Such were the palpable advantages of this winter encampment; added to which, it was secure from the prowlings and plunderings of any petty band of roving Blackfeet, the difficulties of retreat rendering it unwise for those crafty depredators to venture an attack unless with an overpowering force.
It is not a strong mind, and I thought it would be unwise to tax it too far.
Then you would be very unwise," rejoined Anne hastily.
It is very unwise to meddle in things you know so little about.
It would be very unwise for them to use weaponized gas.
Mattis told reporters enroute to Oman, "we have made it very clear that it would be very unwise to use gas against people, civilians on any battlefield.
The media men also staged a walkout from National Assembly against unwise decision of ECP.
Given the limited constitutional period the newly elected Balochistan chief minister has, it would be unwise to expect much of a change from his government, considering that even the governments which had years to deliver didn't do that.
The PML-N's style of handling national affairs and serious and ticklish issues has always been irrational and unwise.
Thank God, even the unwise who lead world arrogance (the West) .
But it would be unwise for Trump to satisfy any party members' desire for a pound of flesh at the expense of the country's greater good.
President Rodrigo Duterte's pronouncement of separating from the United States is unwise and is a national tragedy that should not happen, former Foreign Secretary Albert del Rosario said on Friday.
Sam Smith was unwise to bring up his sexuality in his Oscars acceptance speech, says US singer Rufus Wainwright.