from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. In a conservative manner
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a conservative manner, or in the manner of conservatives; as a conservative; with conservativeness.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a conservative manner
Change conservatively is the right move at this point.
Now, multiply that by, again conservatively (a word which doesn't flow freely from my keypad), six times a year.
But I will say that the real reason that Black conservatives do not vote conservatively is because there really aren’t that many conservatives.
They seem to be trying to manage their fisheries (one of the largest export earners) conservatively, which is something few countries anywhere in the world are managing to do.
"It looks like it's priced pretty conservatively, which is surprising because the company has been doing relatively well," Ms. Lombard said.
The construction project's price tag conservatively is estimated to be about $4 billion, with South Korea and Japan paying most of the bills.
Although management has designated a significant portion of the total fund balance, the majority of the designation is conservatively earmarked for construction reserves; management reports most of these monies will be retained.
Calculated conservatively, that is about 5.7 million in today's dollars.
We have planned our core titles conservatively even though we have a stronger slate and we plan to push our top 10 titles harder this year.
It hasn't dodged all the bullets - it was exposed to some Lehman Brothers debt - but it appears to have managed its risk conservatively, which is what insurers are supposed to do.
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