overcautious


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There is, however, a balancing act to be struck between being overcautious and being reckless.
Abbasi said Pakistan was caught in a tricky situation now and it had to be overcautious in taking moves in the future to invite foreign team.
WRAP research shows that 60 per cent of people believe that food has to be frozen on the day they buy it, which is reinforced by current labelling, and Sainsbury's said that changing this advice would help stop overcautious shoppers from throwing away tonnes of food each year.
You need to find the balance between being overcautious and too liberal.
4 July 2011 -- Betfair (LON:BET) is getting ready to challenge a plan by Germany's regional governments to change the betting regulations in the country in a move defined by the company as flawed and overcautious, the Financial Times reported.
I am usually very cautious, but sometimes even the overcautious might be caught off guard.
Bottom line, the guidelines are a step forward to implement the new regulations," said McAuliff, "but an oddly overcautious and out-of-sync response to a neighbor that has launched itself on a path of major social and economic reform.
This might be overcautious statement for many, but it is to draw attention towards market inching towards trading hub.
Of late, overcautious passengers have often complained against their Muslims co- passengers.
Mr Rodger said that common faults included cars travelling far too close to the vehicle in front, not allowing nearly enough room to stop, and overcautious driving, with drivers causing queues in their wake, particularly approaching slopes and hills.
Confronted with economic and social turmoil on such a scale, and with energy and environmental challenges that are more pressing than ever, now is not the time to be overcautious.
But (Howland) is overcautious and wants to make everyone is 100 percent.