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JUSTIN Morgan was understandably circumspect after he saw his Hull KR side heavily penalised by referee James Child when they went down 68-12 at Saints last Friday.
But McArthur was more circumspect despite feeling Hamilton deserved at least a point for their efforts.
Preparing the circumspect steps of transfer-- death, of course, but also stealth, eviction, dissolution, maturation.
Of the four teams expected to challenge for the win in Sakhir, and ultimately this year's championships, Mercedes remain circumspect about their chances.
Reveley's mother Mary was notoriously reluctant to send her horses to the Cheltenham Festival but her son is less circumspect.
Krishna also asked the US to be more circumspect in providing aid to Pakistan.
But if our councils, here in the North, were more circumspect Icelandic-wise, many still keep an awful lot of your money in the bank rather than using it on your behalf.
Whitmarsh knows the situation and conditions will dictate when they must be aggressive or circumspect.
India will have to be more circumspect, for with growing instability and fundamentalism, Pakistan's new leaders could rekindle fighting across the borders to divert the attention of the people of Pakistan.
The players I talked to after practice today were circumspect and chose their words carefully, but it was obvious players were not prepared to fall on their swords, as it were, for Gullit.
West Brom usually play a very open game at home, but we might find them more circumspect down here.