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Synonyms for prudence

Synonyms for prudence

the exercise of good judgment or common sense in practical matters

careful use of material resources

Synonyms for prudence

discretion in practical affairs

knowing how to avoid embarrassment or distress

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It (budget) is a measure of his commitment to fiscal prudence, to strengthen the macroeconomic fundamentals of the country.
True prudence means eschewing safety and familiarity in favour of entrepreneurial living.
And the overwhelming majority of advisors, brokers and agents have not been properly trained on an ERISA procedural prudence standard.
D'apres lui, <<c'est avant tout la societe qui beneficie de la prudence et de la diligence des administrateurs >> (21).
Because of their Christian faith, Filipino managers should be exemplary in their nurturing the virtue of prudence in their professional work.
The continuing duty exists separate and apart from the duty to exercise prudence in selecting investments at the outset.
It's Treuer's attention to how race and privilege distort even the most intimate relationships that makes Prudence feel so immediate, so necessary, so contemporary.
In the process, SCOTUS eliminated the presumption entirely, holding that employee stock ownership plan (ESOP) fiduciaries are provided with a statutory exemption from ERISA's duty of prudence "only to the extent it requires diversification.
Therefore, if you have to follow a path of fiscal prudence, (you should) have a certain amount of discipline," Jaitley explained.
Suite a l'attentat avorte de Sousse, qui n'a pas fait de victime en dehors de son auteur, le Consulat general de France a Tunis rappelle la necessite d'observer des consignes de prudence et de vigilance accrues et d'eviter les lieux de rassemblement".
The veteran oil industry manpower are experienced and wise enough and I intend to create enough space for them to work so that this industry will become a center of prudence and collective wisdom," Zanganeh said.
He used the technique on songs such as Dear Prudence and Julia.
Synopsis: A successful stolen art insurance investigator, Prudence Paley is called home to be by her dying father's side.
and its neighbor, Prudence Clothes, saw their end in 1965, when the neighborhood was plowed under in the name of urban renewal.
Acting chairman Peter Pannu said: "We are pleased that the hard work of those at the club and the Football League has paid off and that the financial prudence put in place since Carson Yeung's arrest has been recognised.