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    1. "I waited," he answered, "as long as I thought prudent, Kulai has more on my list than the housework

    2. Reluctantly, she admits this is a prudent scheme

    3. He was too volatile on the matter and the Prime Minister agreed with the Queen that it was prudent to keep both parties apart as long as possible

    4. He felt it prudent not to speak and remained silent on their long ride back to Lord Boras’ Hold

    5. Duncan felt it prudent to send along the statistics on their guests; and their dietary requirements

    6. In the end she convinced herself it wouldn’t be prudent, while another side of her mind said she was just afraid to go out and still a third opinion that he might even have something to do with it after all

    7. He’d decided it was prudent

    8. prudent to expel the Jews, but had offered a sou for every

    9. Every prudent man acts with

    10. unsure how prudent it was to share his story

    11. ‘Henri has said that it’s more prudent for us not to be

    12. the end decided it was more prudent not to

    13. Surely it would have been more prudent of

    14. Thus, in 1436, it was enacted, that wheat might be exported without a licence when the price was so low as six shillings and eightpence: and in 1463, it was enacted, that no wheat should be imported if the price was not above six shillings and eightpence the quarter: The legislature had imagined, that when the price was so low, there could be no inconveniency in exportation, but that when it rose higher, it became prudent to allow of importation

    15. The difficulties, accordingly, which the Bank of England, which the principal bankers in London, and which even the more prudent Scotch banks began, after a certain time, and when all of them had already gone too far, to make about discounting, not only alarmed, but enraged, in the highest degree, those projectors

    16. Their own distress, of which this prudent and necessary reserve of the banks was, no doubt, the immediate occasion, they called the distress of the country ; and this distress of the country, they said, was altogether owing to the ignorance, pusillanimity, and bad conduct of the banks, which did not give a sufficiently liberal aid to the spirited undertakings of those who exerted themselves in order to beautify, improve, and enrich the country

    17. The success of this operation, therefore, without increasing in the smallest degree the capital of the country, would only have transferred a great part of it from prudent and profitable to imprudent and unprofitable undertakings

    18. But we shall find this to have been the case of almost all nations, in all tolerably quiet and peaceable times, even of those who have not enjoyed the most prudent and parsimonious governments

    19. We believe this to be the more prudent course

    20. But even he decided it prudent to spend his current evening in the bleak settlement

    21. “Given the circumstances in which he was found with you, I hardly think letting him go will be prudent

    22. Without intending the interest of the people, he is necessarily led, by a regard to his own interest, to treat them, even in years of scarcity, pretty much in the same manner as the prudent master of a vessel is sometimes obliged to treat his crew

    23. “It…I swear it…” She paused, not entirely sure if telling the young Legionnaire what she thought she heard would be altogether prudent

    24. Thus instead of worrying about conspiracy theories or stories of Armageddon, it would be prudent for us to remind ourselves that from the highest perspective, life is just a process of creation

    25. It is prudent for all of us to remember that we are powerful co-writers of our destiny

    26. However, it is prudent for us to remember that there is an intelligent design to this world of ours and there are universal laws governing the many aspects of life

    27. These companies, though they may, perhaps, have been useful for the first introduction of some branches of commerce, by making, at their own expense, an experiment which the state might not think it prudent to make, have in the long-run proved, universally, either burdensome or useless, and have either mismanaged or confined the trade

    28. During a peace of about seven years continuance, the prudent and truly patriotic administration of Mr

    29. doing this, he thought it would be prudent to communicate with a vessel that had recently left San Francisco in order to gain

    30. At that point, I decided it might be more prudent to collect my shopping some other time

    31. ” He suggested that perhaps it would be prudent to rest a while over an espresso and pastry in the coffee shop, a delightful proposition considering her hunger after consuming only half of her dinner

    32. It would probably be prudent to leave San José just in case it was suspected that she was involved, she mused, sighing

    33. Fred was being prudent

    34. The flogger set down his instrument of torture and bowed reverently as fast as it would seem prudent, and then stepped completely away from the chained form of Philo, standing still and averting his gaze from the direction of the Patriarch

    35. “Is that wise? Much more importantly, is it prudent? I think I am tingling intensely

    36. The bandits that had been on search detail there were now laying down covered, taking pot shots whenever they thought it was prudent

    37. because thou hast hid these things from the wise and prudent and have

    38. these things from the wise and prudent, and have revealed them unto

    39. mighty valiant man, and a man of war, and prudent in matters, and a comely person, and the Lord is with him

    40. That’s the prudent thing to do

    41. Mat 11:25 At that time Jesus answered and said, I thank thee, O Father, Lord of heaven and earth, because thou hast hid these things from the wise and prudent, and hast revealed them unto babes

    42. Pro 22:3 A prudent man foreseeth the evil, and hideth himself: but the simple pass on, and are punished

    43. Luk 10:21 In that hour Jesus rejoiced in spirit, and said, I thank thee, O Father, Lord of heaven and earth, that thou hast hid these things from the wise and prudent, and hast revealed them unto babes: even so, Father; for so it seemed good in thy sight

    44. Isa 5:21 Woe unto them that are wise in their own eyes, and prudent in their own sight!

    45. abomination to the Lord, but they who deal truly are his delight; the prudent man conceals knowledge; but the heart of fools

    46. presence of the foolish man, when you perceive not in him the lips of knowledge; the wisdom of the prudent is to understand his way,

    47. foolishness but the prudent are crowned with knowledge; the evil ones bow before the good; and the wicked bow at the entrance gate

    48. life, but perverseness in that is a breach of the spirit; the fool despises his father's instruction; but he who regards reproof is prudent;

    49. good; and whoever so trusts in the Lord is happy; the wise in heart shall be called prudent, and the sweetness of the lips increases

    50. House and riches are the inheritance of fathers, and the prudent wife is from the Lord

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    Synonyme für "prudent"

    prudent careful economical frugal provident saving sparing cautious circumspect discreet judicious sagacious sensible