Prudency

Pru´den`cy


n.1.Prudence.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Yet it's becoming increasingly difficult to sympathise with his views about Albion's prudency when Borja, the club's record signing, continues to look out of his depth physically and, lately, unable to even complete passes over five yards.
While there is no need for South Africa to approach the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for financial assistance, there is a need for prudency given the state of the economy.Responding to a question at a post Cabinet media briefing on Thursday, Minister in the Presidency Jackson Mthembu said government is not approaching the fund for assistance.
The Philippine subsidiary of the Anglo-Dutch multinational firm thus emphasized that it was constrained into seeking legal recourse so it could duly safeguard its assets and the prudency of its operations.
Other big-money moves were made for Wales ace David Brooks and Colombian star Jefferson Lerma, but they too There is huge ambition at Cardiff, but having begun to balance the books Tan is aware of the need for continued financial prudency.
The procurement process of the public sector in Ontario demands fiscal prudency, and therefore creates an environment where consultant firms will require the development of plans at limited costs to the firm to ensure profitability on each project they undertake, creating an opening for policy recycling.