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- adj. Taking precautions.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Taking or using precaution; precautionary.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Using precaution; displaying previous care or caution; provident.
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"The market remains precautious leading into the year end," said Richard Bryant , head of Treasury trading at MF Global Holdings Ltd. in New York.
The perpetual process of institutional refinement strongly enlightened by the history, preserving the basic principles, is the democratic and precautious way forward.
Second, I blame the judge, Casseb, because he should have been more precautious at giving this order.
Second I blame the judge because he should have been more precautious at giving these order.
Second, I blame the judge, (INAUDIBLE), because he should have been more precautious at giving this order.
Second, I blame the judge, because he should have been more precautious at giving this order.
However, the remaining eighty percent is still drivable with precautious planning and a pinch of patience.
In such a situation, whoever are going to lead Nepal at least during the constitution-making period need to be more precautious.
He even did not fail to urge the people to be precautious against the imminent foreign intervention in the volatile period of peaceful transition.
And I can understand them being extra precautious now, with the things that have happened in the past.
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