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CONTEMContemplate
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contending elements without, and bade me contemplate
The idea is that you pause for a moment and contemplate your own mortality, and perhaps engage in a spot of "conscious breathing".
If I need to do that, there will be time enough to contemplate life at the end of the season and contemplate life in whichever league we find ourselves in.
Rooms to Contemplate: Content and Perspective of a Collection is curated by Dr Savvas Christodoulides, Visual Artist and Assistant Professor at Frederick University.
Each of us has Christmas traditions and things to contemplate as every holiday season approaches.
For many agencies, this may be the time to contemplate online forward auctions--the more familiar type where buyers bid for excess property, materials, or equipment.
De-inkers and recyclers of the old newspapers (ONP) grade may need to contemplate a future with far fewer newspapers, according to the Pira study.
The Kirov Ballet gave us leisure to contemplate the choreographer's sharpening of the physics of ballet technique into a pointed spear of virtuosity and wit, here wielded by dancers with preternaturally open bodies and an aggressive clarity of technique.
THE CORRESPONDENT IN "The Open Boat," a short story published by Stephen Crane in 1898, poses the following question as he and three companions are adrift at sea after a shipwreck: "If I am going to be drowned, why, in the name of the seven mad gods who rule the sea, was I allowed to come thus far and contemplate sand and trees?" A similar question could have been asked by Odysseus in the Odyssey as he traversed the seas for ten years, though it would have elicited a quite different response.
Her son, she confided yesterday, contemplates marriage to a woman from an "unsuitable family." I contemplate that possibility briefly and look for something to read.
Soon, many of those tools were packaged in the proposed State Modernization and Regulatory Transparency Act, which doesn't contemplate dual state-federal regulation but essentially would require states to achieve uniformity in key areas or have their noncompliant laws preempted by national standards.
However, it is better to understand the text with the Apostle as referring to God's gift of spiritual food and drink; man is to contemplate goodness in his works, for it takes great work and study for us to contemplate true good.