He considers the ways in which waiting plays with our sense of time.
A third group considers landforms, and another examines Earth’s history.
He next considers magnitude, which requires arithmetic, but goes further.
eyes is being used increasingly for “considers”, but it doesn’t mean that.
The Topic from the whole in a respect considers a term in respect to some limiting qualification.
It considers the scientific merit of the evidence review, on 3 broad areas of risk of bias in reviews of evidence:
Section 1 considers theories of experience and what implications they might have for the epistemology of perception.
He considers service to ISCB as a way established PIs, junior faculty, and trainees can help bring about this awareness to advance the field.
Tom Service considers the rise of Sound Art, commonly found in art galleries today, and wonders whether it is a new genre or simply music in an art space?
What the Moreland Commission to Investigate Public Corruption considers to be corruption is not what the United States Supreme Court considers to be corruption.
A zealous Catholic who believes in the inevitability of civilisational conflict, he considers China’s growth to be an additional, overarching threat to America, which it must therefore dial back.
Beijing considers its intervention in Hong Kong a necessary move for maintaining the country’s sovereignty, while Washington considers it a full-frontal attack on the city’s autonomy.
In our opinion pages, we feature George Monbiot on the sinister political methods of Donald Trump and Boris Johnson, and Marina Hyde considers the arrest of Ghislaine Maxwell and what it means for Prince Andrew.
Kilwardby considers three possible answers that he considers to be either (a) philosophically correct, (b) not to be approved either by philosophy or by the saints, or (c) in agreement with philosophy.
On Jan. 30, one station in Ulan Bator recorded a reading of 3,320 micrograms per cubic meter — 133 times what the World Health Organization considers safe, and more than six times what it considers hazardous.
The philosopher considers what belongs to their proper natures, while the believer considers only what is true of creatures insofar as they are related to God, for example, that they are created by God and are subject to him, and the like.”
Aside from the ongoing civil war, operating within Syria are Iranian troops fighting alongside Syrian troops, Russian Air Force bombers striking anti-Syrian targets, Russian mercenaries, Shia militias, Kurdish elements Turkey considers terrorists, and Kurdish groups the US considers allies.
Then, I said, Thrasymachus, there is no one in any rule who, in so far as he is a ruler, considers or enjoins what is for his own interest, but always what is for the interest of his subject or suitable to his art; to that he looks, and that alone he considers in everything which he says and does.
In this short film, Amiralay, a Syrian filmmaker (and one of the main interview subjects in Lawrence Wright’s piece in The New Yorker, from 2006, on Syrian cinema) considers Israel and the Nakba from the perspective of his childhood memories and family lore (including the titular dish), and considers the Israeli occupation of the Golan Heights and the destruction of the city of Quneitra from the perspective of moviemaking and moviegoing.
Her first model considers the unlikely gift of a single multi-billion dollar endowment; her second considers a mixed nonprofit model akin to the Council on Foreign Relations; her third considers a purchase of the paper by a university; and her fourth reviews a version of the go-private angel-to-the-rescue scenario in which private capital acts for vanity or the greater good or for some combination of those motives in a for-profit setting.
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Her first model considers the unlikely gift of a single multi-billion dollar endowment her second considers a mixed nonprofit model akin to the Council on Foreign Relations her third considers a purchase of the paper by a university and her fourth reviews a version of the go-private angel-to-the-rescue scenario in which private capital acts for vanity or the greater good or for some combination of those motives in a for-profit setting