Principled sentence examples

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  • They took a principled stance on Iraq.

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  • He held a principled objection to Stalin or Hitler.

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  • Stage six is the Principled Conscience or the Universal/Ethical Principles stage.

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  • principled opposition to missiles which can destroy the world many times over.

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  • In either case, I scarcely need say, she would be hard put to raise any principled objection to Stalin or Hitler.

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  • By Reinhart Koselleck Volume 43 - Issue 1- February 2004 Is the History of Ideas A principled eclecticism?

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  • He also linked Gandhian principled nonviolence with the pragmatic nonviolent direct action of the syndicalists.

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  • We need policy which is principled, not Populist.

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  • principled nondirectiveness is an attitude, not a set of behaviors.

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  • principled stand against allowing pylons through the park.

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  • principled position.

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  • All policemen appeared to be tall, highly principled heroes.

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  • Peter is a quiet man, but very principled.

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  • But because you are pragmatic does not mean you are not principled.

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  • My father and his father before him were quiet, but strongly principled people.

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  • I am so principled, in fact, that when I'm called upon to work.. .

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  • Lee is altogether too principled to be involved in this kind of work.

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  • The tribunal has now unanimously backed the principled stance taken by the 120 employees and the CWU.

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  • A key challenge is how to manage this pervasive uncertainty in a principled fashion and, most importantly, in real-time.

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  • venal, less principled operator.

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  • Gordon Brown, meanwhile, will inherit the electoral equivalent of Enron share certificates, out-smarted by a more venal, less principled operator.

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