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    1. It is not, however, so much from the low price of corn, as from that of some other parts of the rude produce of land, that the most judicious writers have inferred the great value of silver in those very ancient times

    2. The great experience of this judicious merchant renders his opinion of considerable weight

    3. But a bank which lends money, perhaps to five hundred different people, the greater part of whom its directors can know very little about, is not likely to be more judicious in the choice of its debtors than a private person who lends out his money among a few people whom he knows, and in whose sober and frugal conduct he thinks he has good reason to confide

    4. It is not by augmenting the capital of the country, but by rendering a greater part of that capital active and productive than would otherwise be so, that the most judicious operations of banking can increase the industry of the country

    5. The judicious operations of banking enable him to convert this dead stock into active and productive stock ; into materials to work upon ; into tools to work with ; and into provisions and subsistence to work for ; into stock which produces something both to himself and to his country

    6. The judicious operations of banking, by substituting paper in the room of a great part of this gold and silver, enable the country to convert a great part of this dead stock into active and productive stock; into stock which produces something to the country

    7. The judicious operations of banking, by providing, if I may be allowed so violent a metaphor, a sort of waggon-way through the air, enable the country to convert, as it were, a great part of its highways into good pastures, and corn fields, and thereby to increase, very considerably, the annual produce of its land and labour

    8. It is not impossible, too, notwithstanding this general expression of one of the most judicious and reserved of modern historians, that Italy was not at that time better cultivated than England is at present

    9. I mention them only in order to show of how much less consequence, in the opinion of the most judicious and experienced persons, the foreign trade of corn is than the home trade

    10. In France, under the administration of the intendants, the application is not always more judicious, and the exaction is frequently the most cruel and oppressive

    11. A much more sober and judicious writer, Mr Anderson, author of the Historical and Chronological Deduction of Commerce, very justly observes, that upon examining the accounts which Mr Dobbs himself has given for several years together, of their exports and imports, and upon making proper allowances for their extraordinary risk and expense, it does not appear that their profits deserve to be envied, or that they can much, if at all, exceed the ordinary profits of trade

    12. Notwithstanding the most upright intentions, the unavoidable partiality of their directors to particular branches of the manufacture, of which the undertakers mislead and impose upon them, is a real discouragement to the rest, and necessarily breaks, more or less, that natural proportion which would otherwise establish itself between judicious industry and profit, and which, to the general industry of the country, is of all encouragements the greatest and the most effectual

    13. Spain seems to have learned the practice from the Italian republics, and (its taxes being probably less judicious than theirs) it has, in proportion to its natural strength, been-still more enfeebled

    14. He is a faithful friend, a judicious pastor in all essentials, and a refined, scholarly, wellbred man

    15. I was, however, able to piece together what was planned after the fact by judicious questioning

    16. The letter mentioned that he had found the map and with a judicious bribe was allowed to copy it

    17. Thus, then, this sequel to Odyssey to Opportunity pays attention to perspectives of a more judicious and reflective reality

    18. She added in a judicious tone, "Naturally the client would need first to get herself in what you call a scrape, would she not? Nor could she expect any donative in the form of romance, eh? But I should not prick you this way

    19. She played along, giving Brandi a judicious squint

    20. While he counted to sixty under his breath, Robert pulled a judicious mouth, frowned as though he was seriously considering changing his mind, then smiled innocently

    21. His temperamental handicap was his lack of enthusiasm; he many times failed to encourage his associates by judicious commendation

    22. In her concern for the safety of her colleagues, she may have pressed her case more forcefully than was judicious, but she cannot be faulted for the truth of her statements

    23. She then predicted nearly point by point what was going to happen in the next two weeks, apart from giving us some very judicious counsels about the future rebuilding of our forces

    24. judicious use of these combinations gives the analyst an advantage when gauging

    25. (CAPM) needs to be used with judicious caution

    26. ‘’A judicious thought, Vo

    27. Khan gave him a dark look but quickly had to recognize that his aide’s counsel was judicious

    28. They give her the wire on situations that require a less… judicious touch

    29. When all these jobs done then Zulimistan shall emerge as peace loving judicious country in the world and hatred against Zulimistan in hearts of people shall be down and come to an end at one time gradually

    30. Paul is a model to us: he combined fiery zeal and boldness with judicious tact and sanctified common sense

    31. The words of the judicious Hooker are worth remembering: "Till it be proved that some special law of Christ hath forever annexed unto the clergy alone the power to make ecclesiastical laws, we are to hold it a thing most consonant with equity and reason, that no ecclesiastical laws be made in a Christian commonwealth, without consent as well of the laity as of the clergy

    32. Nothing, I firmly believe, would be such an advantage to the Church as to leaven all its action with a judicious mixture of the lay element

    33. ‘You men always underestimate women, of course, only to go wrong,’ said Tara enlivening the conversation further, ‘Roopa has brilliant brains and is a judicious reader besides

    34. Shyness and chivalry; clemency and mercy; sympathy, tenderness and pity; knowledge; patience; wisdom; courage, intrepidity and bravery; generosity, open-handedness and liberality; justice, loftiness and continence; good management and fine conduct and direction of one’s affairs and such like: whichever of these qualities you mention, all of them were possessed by the brave commander and the bold hero, the veteran politician, the experienced leader, the judicious scholar, the wise master, the merciful clement man, the clear-eyed and discerning ruler

    35. The challenge in most organizations for the CEO and other senior managers is to make a judicious commitment to explore the potential of a KM strategy in their unique environment

    36. I don't know if he still wants to, or rather if his father still wants him to, for German to Joey was as the fly in the pothecary's ointment, in its extreme offensiveness, nor have I told Papa that I wrote, because of the peculiar horror with which he regards Joey; but I couldn't resist when I know that six months of Joey would deliver us for two whole years from all young men whatever, and I hope when the time comes, if it ever does, and Joey with it, to persuade Papa by judicious argument of the eminent desirability of this particular young man

    37. A little less zeal, the least judicious neglect on their part, and I would have found something useful to do

    38. Wasn't she telling things the judicious keep only for their doctor to a quite strange old man? Looks, after all, were symbols

    39. And now the truly literary, if he did not here digress into a description of what he dreamed, which is a form of digression skipped by the truly judicious, would certainly write 'How long I had slept I know not,' and would then tell the reader that, waking with a start, he immediately proceeded to shiver

    40. He loved her as an honest man should love his wife--at judicious intervals

    41. 210 billion dollars sound like a lot, but I think we can try and shave that much off the current budget if we are judicious

    42. judicious use of adjectives and adverbs, and the addition of description

    43. If a park be already provided, there is still room for many judicious gifts in connection with it

    44. The Lord above knows what the compromising consequences would be to numbers of people, if some of our documents were seized or destroyed; and they might be, at any time, you know, for who can say that Paris is not set afire to-day, or sacked to-morrow! Now, a judicious selection from these with the least possible delay, and the burying of them, or otherwise getting of them out of harm's way, is within the power (without loss of precious time) of scarcely any one but myself, if any one

    45. Strive, too, that in reading your story the melancholy may be moved to laughter, and the merry made merrier still; that the simple shall not be wearied, that the judicious shall admire the invention, that the grave shall not despise it, nor the wise fail to praise it

    46. Now this overdone, or come tardy off, though it make the unskilful laugh, cannot but make the judicious grieve; the censure of the which one must in your allowance o'erweigh a whole theatre of others

    47. But where is such a friend to be found as Lothario would have, so judicious, so loyal, and so true?

    48. With these resolutions, more honourable than judicious or effectual, she remained the next day listening to Lothario, who pressed his suit so strenuously that Camilla's firmness began to waver, and her virtue had enough to do to come to the rescue of her eyes and keep them from showing signs of a certain tender compassion which the tears and appeals of Lothario had awakened in her bosom

    49. -- Their manners were particularly civil, and Elinor soon allowed them credit for some kind of sense, when she saw with what constant and judicious attention they were making themselves agreeable to Lady Middleton

    50. Catherine, also, deemed it judicious to moderate her expressions of pleasure in receiving him; and he gradually established his right to be expected

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