(NB: Bear in mind that the soy sauce is quite salty.)
Another important point to bear in mind is that, when you talk, you are not listening.
You should bear in mind that submission of information over the internet is never entirely secure.
However, bear in mind that, like smartphone apps, extensions can compromise your privacy instead of enhancing it.
In following their next moves, however, never fail to bear in mind what is in it for the Rajapaksas themselves.
Bear in mind that my column recommendations are theoretical and don’t reflect actual trades, trading costs or taxes.
Bear in mind, though, that any method will cost you interest, and you'll be responsible for paying back the loan in full.
When cooking poultry, bear in mind that dark meat takes longer to cook than white meat, and bone-in chicken longer than boneless.
Bear in mind that there are other ways to hold bitcoin, in regular accounts on crypto trading platforms like Coinbase and Binance US.
Bear in mind that this is because the production technically isn't finished yet, but often the preview period is relatively precautionary.
With the passing of the torch fast approaching, here are ten helpful nuggets of advice that each and every fresh-faced student should bear in mind.
The situation is delicate, and below are important media guidelines and considerations to bear in mind about coverage trends and current media realities.
Keep your eyes peeled for announcements from your local hospital, but also bear in mind that there's a nationwide surge in coronavirus cases, and nurses and doctors are overwhelmed.
If that competition seems a bit rushed – and bear in mind the World Cup, starting 30 May, is a factor – then the upshot is that seven rounds of championship cricket will take place in June and July.
When Tulsa resumes the search for its dead, archaeologists should bear in mind Undersheriff Maxey’s portrait of the unnamed dragging victim: an old man with two amputated legs — one stump longer than the other — and a skull bashed in by streetcar tracks.
The Ai Group chief executive, Innes Willox, said the roadmap was a good start, but the government needed to bear in mind that “other clean technologies have large potential too, from energy efficiency and electrification to ongoing innovation in renewables”.
Reporters and correspondents must be aware that comments they make on social media accounts that relate to their BBC work may be perceived as having the same weight as a BBC report, so should bear in mind the requirement for due accuracy and impartiality at all times.
If all four nationwide carriers have coverage that works for you—we realize that won’t apply in many cases—and your phone will work equally well on all four, bear in mind that Sprint and T-Mobile offer much better incentives to customers switching from other carriers.
Catherine McGuinness, policy chair at the City of London Corporation, the governing body of London's financial district, said Mr Johnson should bear in mind that services were "the lifeblood" of the UK economy but relied on "attracting, retaining and developing high quality talent".
A Fifa spokesperson said the organisation would "try to ensure, where possible, an overall level of coordination and will also bear in mind the need to protect the regularity, integrity and proper functioning of competitions, so that the sporting results of any competition are not unfairly disrupted".
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