...by the law of nations as well as by all reasons of prudent policy, we have as good right to your head as ever one mortal man had against another.
And do you also, O prudent Vizier, forget it.
"How blessed is Calormen," said the Vizier, popping up his face again, "on whose ruler the gods have been pleased to bestow prudence and circumspection!"
I shall exercise prudence and courtesy and spill as little Narnian blood as I can.
For though the fancy of a woman has rejected this marriage, the High King Peter is a man of prudence and understanding who will in no way wish to lose the high honour and advantage of being allied to our House and seeing his nephew and grand nephew on the throne of Calormen.
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She was promoted to manager because she is so prudent.