It is highly unlikely that there is some hard break in prudence between those who submitted the form and those who did not.
And he is to give this permission only to a priest “who has piety, knowledge, prudence and integrity of life.”
His government, he said, was one of “prudence and hope” that put a premium on stability.
mid-14c. (c.1200 as a surname), mid-14c., "intelligence; discretion, foresight; wisdom to see what is suitable or profitable;" also one of the four cardinal virtues, "wisdom to see what is virtuous;" from Old French prudence (13c.) and directly from Latin prudentia "a foreseeing, foresight, sagacity, practical judgment," contraction of providentia "foresight" (see providence). Secondary sense of "wisdom" (late 14c.) is preserved in jurisprudence.