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Prudence

five wise virgins
brought lamp oil in case groom arrived late. [N.T.: Matthew 25:1–13]
jacinth
endows owner with discretion. [Gem Symbolism: Kunz, 82]
Metis
goddess of caution and discretion. [Rom. Myth.: Wheeler, 242]
mountain ash
symbol of prudence. [Tree Symbolism: Flora Symbolica, 176]
References in classic literature ?
If you would serve your brother, because it is fit for you to serve him, do not take back your words when you find that prudent people do not commend you.
Global Banking News-October 13, 2017--Mexican central bank says it will impose prudent policies amidst NAFTA risks
Summary paragraph: They help advisers and sponsors focus on prudent investor rule
While I believe that focused 401(k) advisors understand ERISA's prudent man rule and duty of loyalty, I'm concerned that many advisors don't understand how the best interest standard of care will impact their advice to IRAs (once the new DOL rules apply on April 10, 2017).
I WAS delighted to launch the Making Prudent healthcareHappen interactive website at the Welsh public health conference, which will help to ensure we remain at the forefront of this emerging global movement.
More general than directed walks are prudent walks [6, 4].
At the crown court in Leamington, prosecutor Neil Bannister said Prudent went out in his mother's Honda Civic, which he mistakenly believed he was insured to drive after passing his test a month earlier.
Clean energy company Prudent Energy said on Friday that a group of new investors have added another USD10m to the company's oversubscribed Series C round.
Prudent Energy Incorporated (Prudent Energy), a manufacturer of the Vanadium Redox Battery Energy Storage System (VRB-ESS, has raised around USD22m in Series C preferred shares.
Under the Uniform Prudent Investor Act of 1994, the prudent investor rule replaced the prudent person rule (the prudent person rule is also known as the prudent man rule).
However, the prudent diet was linked to a generally lower risk of estrogen receptor--negative breast cancer--an aggressive type of tumor that accounts for about one-third of breast cancers.