I'm making my decisions based on stress and expedience and my gut and who's pouting and who's crying.
Still, Clinton gets it, at least theoretically or just as a matter of expedience, and so too does Rubio.
It is likely that a similar phenomenon of expedience translating into better health governs other diseases as well.
The problem of expedience of conduct concerned Doctor Svetilovitch but little.
expedience is that which is good for the community, and good for every individual in it.
Every consideration of justice, expedience, and necessity, calls for such a grant.
Justice is his first guide, the second law of his actions is expedience.
Indeed the principal difference between that gentleman and myself is confined to the question of expedience.
He will show that such things which in expedience ought not to have been done were unavoidable, and therefore to be excused.
The device of the one is the steady polar star of duty; the guide of the other the flickering light of expedience.