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1. Would it be wise to launch into this rough sea?
2. Commonsense now dictates that it would be wise to sell a few shares.
3. Thinking ahead, we might be wise to build the new factory now before prices rise again.
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4. They might be wise to stop advertising on television.
5. I think it wouldn't be wise to mention it to her just yet.
6. In this cold wind you'd be wise to bundle up well.
7. They may be wise to err on the side of caution.
8. Small businesses would be wise to take heed of the warnings contained in the Chancellor's speech.
9. It would be wise to desist from this activity forthwith.
10. You would be wise to bring out into the open anything that you feel needs serious discussion with your partner.
11. Perhaps it would be wise to telephone first.
12. It would be wise to start rallying around for some back up!
13. Perhaps it would be wise to pander a little to his whims since it seemed he was prone to these Viking tendencies.
14. But it seems doubtful if theologies would be wise to regard that importance as the beginning and the end of their business.
15. In all cases, you would be wise to avoid waiting until the last minute.
16. Even personnel associated with stars will be wise to think ahead to the need for renewal.
17. If the local market is saturated, it may be wise to move elsewhere to develop a new market.
18. Sometimes, it may be wise to arrange for the mortgage advance to come a day or two before completion is scheduled.
19. Blair would be wise to listen to some of the dissenting voices in his party.
20. He was sailing home and they would be wise to do the same.
21. It would be wise to note at this point that there can be pitfalls.
22. He's not and would be wise to bite his tongue.
23. And it might be wise to keep a particular eye on your son.
24. With more serious problems it would be wise to seek professional counselling.
25. We don't wish to alarm people unnecessarily, but it would be wise to avoid drinking the tap water here.
26. With a probable career change in the future, Melanee would be wise to limit her borrowing as much as possible.
27. And as for recalling those moments of being held in his arms ... she'd be wise to forget them.
28. The old tramp has served his purpose, but beyond this point it would not be wise to go.
29. But for the sake of keeping the peace, it would probably be wise to use his new name.
30. With ear-shattering shrieks echoing around the square, I decided it would be wise to wonder elsewhere.
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