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While addressing the participants, the Governor said, achieving set targets is indeed a success but the major success lies in contributing honest, judicious, truthful, well-judged and result oriented contribution as a responsible officer of the Government.
While addressing the participants, the Governor said achieving set targets is indeed a success but the major success lies in contributing honest, judicious, truthful, well-judged and result oriented contribution as a responsible officer of the Governmen.
A Grow Safe Food campaign has also been initiated carrying the message of safe and judicious use of pesticides to farmers and other stakeholders.
Their problems can be solved in a judicious manner saving them from the legal processes.
Forrest Gathercoal, Paul Gathercoal, Beverly Reilly Bryde, & Nan Verkaik, Judicious Coaching, 2002, 160 pp.
They arm this model with the practicalities, including legal, ethical, educational, ideological and political considerations, and include a questionnaire professors can use to assess their abilities in judicious learning.
In what the architect describes as articulated normality, the judicious articulation of a number of large windows allows the building to exploit its unique position.
In particular, the maintenance of a corporate apartment may be a more judicious approach to an organization's finances than reimbursement of staff lodging at other quarters, such as hotels.
At our sentinel laboratory, we recognized these challenges and took steps to promote judicious use of testing for agents designated as global health threats.
Editor: Alas, there is no easy way out of this dilemma Any one book will not suffice; it is rather a question of finding first a more or less objective account of the early twentieth-century history of the Palestine area With the founding of Israel in 1947-48 and the events following, one has to be judicious because there does not exist "a clear and comprehensive history.
When asked to use the word "judicious" in a sentence, a child replied: "Hands that judicious can be soft as your face".
Free market economists talk a lot about rational consumers and how their judicious choices shape our economy and our lives.