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relating to or of the nature of a legal trust (i.e. the holding of something in trust for another)

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"And, fiduciarily, we need to make sure that we manage through that, gain the visibility, the opportunity to understand, because we're seeking to build value over the long-term."
Agamben observes that it was Paul who first grants theological meaning to oikonomia by describing his gospel in I Corinthians 9:16-7 as an "oikonomia entrusted to me [oikonomian pepisteumai, literally: 'I have been invested fiduciarily of an oikonomia']" (Agamben 2011, 22).
The architects are too self-consciously disengaged, or ironically distanced, or fiduciarily constrained, from any serious grappling with architecture's role in shaping successful urban environments.
After all, adjusters traditionally have been charged with processing claims in a timely manner, conducting thorough investigations (with the help of their SIU's) to uncover fraud, making fair and fiduciarily responsible settlement decisions, and avoiding litigious scenarios whenever possible.
Self-defense is more than that: our government is fiduciarily obligated to defend us.