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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]
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"We can always do a small pilot implementation, because again, prudence dictates that any new health product, medicines, or vaccines--we have to exercise extreme caution in implementing that," he added.
Prudence Foundation Executive Director Marc Fancy presented Cha-Ching at the Innovations in Financial Education plenary session and discussed how the advocacy is carried across Asia through a multiplatform approach.
Plaintiffs are also challenging the prudence of using multiple recordkeepers, a practice they allege unnecessarily increases plan costs.
New Delhi [India], Nov 26 ( ANI ): Chief Justice of India (CJI) Ranjan Gogoi on Monday said that the Indian Constitution is the voice of the marginalised and prudence of majority.
Prudence Foundation is a community investment arm of Prudential Corporation Asia.
When I finally read the German philosopher Josef Pieper's The Four Cardinal Virtues, which had sat unread on my shelf for years, I was shocked to learn that I didn't hate prudence; what I hated was its current - and incorrect - definition.
Simply defined, procedural prudence is a legal term that requires a fiduciary to demonstrate the details of a prudent decision-making process.
Le point de depart de l'ouvrage se compose des decisions Magasins a rayons Peoples Inc (Syndic de) c Wise (2) de 2004 (ci-apres <<Peoples>>) et BCE Inc c Detenteurs de debentures de 1976 (3) de 2008 (ci-apres <<BCE>>) dans lesquelles la Cour supreme du Canada est venue poser la norme de prudence et de diligence attendue des administrateurs des societes par actions.
This article shows that, in the temporal model of Eeckhoudt, Huang, and Tzeng (2012), prudence alone is sufficient to obtain a precautionary effort.
Global Banking News-July 29, 2015--Kenya central bank denies need for fiscal prudence for macro stability
The lower courts ruled that the plan fiduciaries had violated ERISA's duty of prudence by failing to investigate the possibility of offering the institutional share class funds with lower fees.
Prudence Cotton is a young Puritan widow who has recently lost her husband.