make sensible

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She also said there is "significant scope for local authorities to make sensible savings and cut waste by tackling the PS2bn a year of council tax left uncollected, the PS2bn ignored or lost from fraud, PS2.
We're focused on getting people to make sensible choices about what they eat and stress that gourmet food is not about the price tag it's about the provenance of the food, the smells - I think healthy eating comes from people's awareness of food, what is out there and what's available," she says.
We try to make sensible decisions based on the facts in front of us.