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conservative

1. Med (of treatment) designed to alleviate symptoms
2. Physics a field of force, system, etc., in which the work done moving a body from one point to another is independent of the path taken between them

Conservative

in Britain, Canada, and elsewhere
1. of, supporting, or relating to a Conservative Party
2. of, relating to, or characterizing Conservative Judaism
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The benefits will be stated even more conservatively than in CBA I, but the methodology will be less expensive to apply.
This means lenders are looking for a successful history; conservatively underwritten transactions; and a management team that will answer how it will handle things like the insurance scarcity, compensation issues, recruiting, and staffing its facilities.
The swim wear, conservatively large by Rio's standards, had been intended to be part of a "Good Men" fashion line to compete with the rival "Bad Boy" boutique.
The company is conservatively projecting 2007 to net nearly $5 million in gross sales, which are expected to triple by 2008, and top $50 million by 2010.
Casey conservatively values that plan at $52 a share.
This granuloma was being treated conservatively with oral steroids and antireflux therapy.
Russ also addressed the cost of implementing the proposed standard, which AHCA conservatively estimates is $1.
order book conservatively valued [at in excess of $20 million.