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Prudence is a virtue, the exercising of good judgment or wisdom in practical matters.
Prudence may also refer to:
- Prudence (given name)
- Prudent Investment
- Prudence, West Virginia
- Prudence Island, Narragansett Bay, Rhode Island
- Prudence Building, Manhattan, New York
- Prudence Millinery, a hatmaker
- Convention of conservatism, also called prudence, a qualitative characteristic in accounting.
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