judiciously applied

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  • Judicative acts are formed from more complex knowledge where reasoning is judiciously applied.
  • He is a left-handed batsman with a solid technique and a good range of judiciously applied attacking shots.
  • The first patroon judiciously applied his large resources to the advancement of his interests, and was quick to assist people on the estate.
  • A very large sum is already at his disposal, and he has wisely considered that if this money be not judiciously applied it will do more harm than good. Cited from The Life and Letters of Maria Edgeworth, Vol. 2
  • The mechanic powers were well understood, and judiciously applied to many useful machines of necessity and convenience. Cited from The History of England in Three Volumes, Vol.II, by Tobias Smollett
  • Dr. Newham regards her case as not being out of the reach of relief by a course of protracted and judiciously applied medical treatment. Cited from Life and Labors of Elder John Kline, the Martyr Missionary, John Kline
  • Fuel, judiciously applied to the burning tinder, or other feeble light, so as to develop it into a serviceable fire. Cited from The Art of Travel, by Francis Galton
  • Half the interest of half that loss, judiciously applied to the encouragement of mathematical science, would, in a few years, have rendered utterly impossible such expensive errors. Cited from Decline of Science in England, by Charles Babbage
  • He first judiciously applied such remedies as were at hand to the sufferers, and then had them all lifted into a wagon, and on we proceeded to the bottom of the mountain. Cited from Dick Onslow, by W.H.G. Kingston
  • Strong restoratives, judiciously applied, soon brought back animation, and, shortly afterward, Munoz could give a confused narrative of what had befallen him. Cited from Thrilling Adventures by Land and Sea, by James O. Brayman
  • The indications, in his judgment, were not without promise that a system of judiciously-applied blastings might open up a source of water that would transform this dreadful barrenness into something quite different. Cited from The Golden Fleece, by Julian Hawthorne
  • We have often seen people who said that they could not afford to make their houses beautiful, who had spent upon them, outside or in, an amount of money which did not produce either beauty or comfort, and which, if judiciously applied, might have made the house quite charming. Cited from American Woman's Home, by C.Beecher & H.B.Stowe#3
  • At the same time a greater distinctness was given to the scenes represented upon the sculptured slabs, the color being judiciously applied to disentangle human from animal figures, dress from flesh, or human figures from one another. Cited from The Seven Great Monarchies, Vol 2. (of 7): Assyria, by George Rawlinson
  • Possessing the public confidence without limitation, he commanded all the resources of the nation, and drew liberally from the public purse; but the money was always faithfully and judiciously applied to the public service. Cited from The Life of George Washington, Vol. 1 (of 5), by John Marshall
  • If the fund to which I have referred should be made available for relief in Oklahoma, care will be taken that so much of it as is necessary to be expended shall be judiciously applied to the most worthy and necessitous cases. Cited from Messages and Papers of the Presidents: Harrison, by Richardson
  • A well-constructed system of benevolence resembles a fine adjustment of mechanism: by a gentle force or a moderate supply, judiciously applied, the whole machinery is kept in motion, and the greatest burdens are removed. Cited from Female Scripture Biographies, Vol. II,by F. A. Cox
  • As such, the OECD Fair Information Principles, including notice, access, choice, correction, and redress, should be judiciously applied and shall serve as the foundation of any regional consumer credit reporting standard.
  • But I couldn't resist asking him, out of sheer waggery, whether he didn't think a touch of powder, and even, very judiciously applied, a touch of rouge, was an improvement to woman. Cited from Quest of the Golden Girl, Richard le Gallienne
  • But on this occasion Mrs. Ford was left to pursue her dairy avocations in peace, without being called by Jack's screams to settle some fierce dispute between him and his sister, whose interference was not always very judiciously applied. Cited from Lucy Raymond, by Agnes Maule Machar
  • The natives dread the interpreter, they know full well that one word misunderstood may alter the bearing of their case, and they believe that a little gold judiciously applied may exert a peculiar grammatical influence upon the parts of speech of the dragoman, which directly affects their interests. Cited from Cyprus, as I Saw it in 1879, by Samuel W. Baker #6
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