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There are six signs that tell you you're being unwisely generous with clients.
From then on, anyone who unwisely comes into their path is in grave danger.
Representing Blundellsands ward and a member of the council since 1973, Cllr Papworth admitted that he had"behaved very unwisely," and was "embarrassed" by the situation.
And following his kiss with Alice, Bailey unwisely decides to treat her mean to keep her keen.
What if the chamber of commerce there starts spending funds unwisely? Does it no longer become a news story?
London, Apr 24 ( ANI ): English footballer-turned TV personality Gary Lineker is reportedly ruing his 'big mouth' after unwisely vowing to get his ears pinned back if Real Madrid defeated holders Bayern Munich 1-0 in their Champions League semi-final clash.
It will use the system of coupons that was rather unwisely introduced by the previous government.
Steven Spielberg's sage decision to show the mechanical shark as little as possible in "Jaws" springs to mind with each successive glimpse of an incredibly fake-looking man-eating catfish in Larry Fessenden's "Beneath." Sporting the plasticine texture of an inflatable raft and a beady yellow eye that flits back and forth as if controlled by a joystick, this aquatic predator actually starts to seem kind of cuddly after a while, or at least more sympathetic than any of the half-dozen recent high-school grads who unwisely cross its path during some post-graduation merriment.
The jamming was undeniably superb but was perhaps unwisely at the expense of many great songs (no Remedy, for example) from more than 20 years of studio albums.
Yes, some independent councillors have acted unwisely over years gone by.
Anyway, too much earnestness as the easily impressed panellists unwisely strayed into The Voice's insipid territory by wildly over-praising a succession of deeply mediocre wannabes.
The President said that the policies initiated by Shaheed Benazir Bhutto were most unwisely discontinued in the past resulting into the present crisis.