Judiciously [adverb]

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“We work as judiciously as possible, but we also prioritize active student participation in this process,” Everett-Haynes wrote.

Nor could it be pretended that William had bestowed his favours less judiciously than Charles and James.

Look at the statues judiciously placed about the public gardens, streets, and squares!

However, a word into an inspector's ear and a few judiciously given roubles were powerful enough to gain him a passage.

Bacon has judiciously observed that the axiomata media of every science principally constitute its value.

History accordingly does, when judiciously examined, afford Empirical Laws of Society.

O for a winter of discontent even!O for wet blankets judiciously cast!

Excellent, however, as is the idea of the present volume, it has been as judiciously carried out as happily conceived.

Many of them, when judiciously administered, are most valuable medicines.

Horseback riding, rowing, and bowling are very valuable, provided that they be judiciously used.