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Candidates should be extremely cautious in displaying a sense of humor. If he or she tells a joke with a point, there is almost certain to be some minority group offended.
Maybe it was the home tutoring, or the late start to formal schooling, or an overly cautious and protective upbringing, but in any case, I never became a talkative person. As an adult, I am not always comfortable in social gatherings with small talk. I must have inherited my father's gentle nature.
Charles K. Kao
My accountant worships me because I'm so cautious with my money.
The Canadian spirit is cautious, observant and critical where the American is assertive.
V. S. Pritchett
I learned to be far more skeptical of what I'm told by presidents, no matter who the presidents are, and also to be much more cautious, always, in any action or vote that could lead to the use of American military power and most particularly what we call 'boots on the ground.'
The more a race is governed by its passions, the less it has acquired the habit of cautious and reasoned argument, the more intense will be its love of music.
I am always cautious.
I've always been very cautious with what I do. You know, that started at a young age. I always had the approach or the mentality I never wanted to embarrass my parents.
I thought, I need to be more cautious about my choices - it reflects on who I am.
A person from Northern Ireland is naturally cautious.
If you're going to write a good book, you have to make mistakes and you have to not be so cautious all the time.
I do not want to pour out my heart to the world. I am cautious of what I say and to whom.
Kristin Scott Thomas
I've always been really cautious about guys who have a Winnie Cooper fantasy, and I'm so glad about that. I mean, I can count on one hand the guys I've been with. It was really challenging, but I never gave it up too soon, if you know what I mean.
First of all, in terms of investment in Internet-related developments, venture capitalists - once burned - are now very cautious and are investing in areas that actually make business sense.
Paying more heed to the lessons of the past might teach us to be a little more cautious about some of the political decisions taken today.
I'm always cautious about overstepping any boundaries. At the end of the day, it's a director's medium, and if they don't want to hear from me I just step back.
Being Iraqi taught me to be very cautious.
Let's be cautious about narrow nationalism.
James A. Forbes
I'm a born, cautious optimist.
I guess you could say I'm cautious, or a coward.
And I'm the biggest country fan there is, but I'm always a little cautious of a slower song or just a song with subject matter.
We are optimistic, but we are optimistic in a cautious fashion.
I'm pretty cautious and not very athletic, so I've only had really dumb injuries, like sprained ankles and allergic reactions. I did have to go to the hospital after slicing my finger while trying to cut a Kaiser roll in half.
When politicians began to see that every last thing that they did in public could be broadcast to a mass audience, the fact that the stakes were so much higher now that every moment became fraught caused them to become more cautious, and the consultants very gradually but inevitably became literal reactionaries.
My appreciation for cooking and healthy living came from watching my best friend die from liver cancer in 2008. I realized that I needed to make some big changes if I wanted to be around for a long time, so now I'm more cautious of how much I eat, what I'm eating, and how often.
A. P. J. Abdul Kalam
John F. Kennedy
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