inadvisability


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the quality of being ill-advised

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It tells their individual stories while making wider points Swallow Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh 09.08.15 about loneliness, city life and the inadvisability of burning the floorboards and only eating beans.
But with such sanctions revoked under an accord, and given the inadvisability of using force, future U.S.
Mambetov says he, then, recommended Bakiyev to briefly meet up with President Akayev prior to Sultanov to tell him about the inadvisability of signing the memorandum.
All the crew are shocked by this statement, each expressing concern about the moral inadvisability of taking things without permission, or stealing.
Hart on the inadvisability of criminalizing consensual same-sex sexual conduct based on considerations of public morality was reflected in the Model Penal Code drafted by the American Law Institute and issued in its final form in 1962.
When I Found Out Why I Did It" and "Should We Go Back to the Woodshed?" (the answer was an emphatic "no"), but preached the inadvisability of almost any practices that could be construed as negative or intimidating.
Given the emphasis placed by US political culture on the internal characteristics of foreign governments and the unlikelihood (not to mention inadvisability) of this altering in the foreseeable future, Friedberg predicts an inherent tension between a democracy-promoting United States and a demonstrably undemocratic China.
Earlier, in his discussion of the inadvisability of reform, Descartes indicated that custom had the salutary effect of mitigating to some degree political error and misjudgment.
In a sane world, someone would have had a gentle word with him about the inadvisability of more than one person medicating her.
Zelinsky, Winn and the Inadvisability of Constitutionalizing Tax Expenditure Analysis, 121 Yale L.J.
And for the first time I sensed the inadvisability of exposing fragile youngsters to a grown–up environment on a regular basis.
"Of course, anyone with factory experience or engineering knowledge would have seen the inadvisability of such a step at once.
Considering their relatively delicate constitution, the animals may not have received the care they required, but the experience convinced Brazil Land of the need to raise more rustic breeds, and other ranchers of the inadvisability of importing any more European animals.
With the greater size and complexity of modern political units, and with the recognition, at least in some places, of the inadvisability or futility of the state controlling all aspects of life, a variety of new actors and entities developed.
Matt Ginsberg's May 8 column on the inadvisability of using more school resources for students lacking in academic capability was thought-provoking ("Not all playing fields can, or should, be level").