of sound judgment

See: normal, sane
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A brilliant frigate captain, a man of sound judgment, of dashing bravery and of serene mind, scrupulously concerned for the welfare and honour of the navy, he missed a larger fame only by the chances of the service.
This expectation of sound judgment should also be extended to informal after hour gatherings that may occur.
Rio Fedinand, who served an eight-month ban for missing a drugs test because he was "shopping," celebrated his first England call-up by getting pulled for drink-driving, and who, amongst his many signs of sound judgment, called Chris Moyles a "faggot" live on breakfast radio.
But he added, in a later note, that he felt Sinclair's Lanny Budd novels would ``contribute to the development of sound judgment about the political forces in our time,'' and praised Sinclair's ``courageous and unselfish fight for reason and human decency.
The editorial staff defended this issue as addressing "the 'war on terror' from the standpoint of sound judgment and humanistic justice.
If the decision has been made on the basis of sound judgment and good information, the job itself is an opportunity to extend knowledge and skills and take on new challenges.
With their strong, 40-year history, Ewing-Foley has built a reputation of sound judgment and channel management.
For this reason it seems appropriate that the Humanist directly address the "war on terror" from the standpoint of sound judgment and humanistic justice.