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1 The blonde carefully considered the entire flock and finally picked one that was by far cuter and more playful then the others.
2 If it turns out that some of the changes conflict with one another, the merge is considered nontrivial, because someone must make decisions about which of the conflicting changes should prevail.
3 I try to answer the spiritual conflict and say that no, God wants you to eat. Your eating on that day is considered as if you fasted.
4 Vesuvius is considered one of the most dangerous volcanoes, as large populations lie in the path of potential eruptions.
5 Yet although killings and explosions have become daily occurrences in these north Caucasian republics, in Moscow they are not considered to be attacks on Russia itself.
6 Dreams that involve helping others and changing the world are considered valid and honorable.
7 analyzed the agro-machinery actuality in Honghe State, expatiated it's foreground, considered how to quicken it's development.
8 pear shape," withfatter hips and thighs, is considered safer than the "apple shape,"which describes a wider waistline.
9 He considered fully before accepting the offer.
10 According to the archaeologist, who was consulted on the exhibition, a panel of experts considered other versions of history, but this was quickly rebuffed.
11 These issues must be carefully considered in the application design, but they are beyond the scope of this article.
12 Romans considered their societal structures to be exceptional-and far superior to any other in the world.
13 like Americans of our day, Romans of the Republic considered their civic system to be a work of genius and utterly exceptional.
14 thick waist has long been considered a risk factor for heart disease, but the new study found it also increases risk for dying from cancer, respiratory failure and other causes.
15 Clearly, the pursuit of product for the would-be oppressors or slaughterers would be considered a negative product, or detriment, by the potential oppressed.
16 I am not sure what drew me to love all things obscure and unknown, but that passion remains with me to this day -and can certainly be considered the greatest motivation for making Listverse.
17 thing I learned about poker is that all those factors and many more must me considered before giving your answer.
18 Our purposes are different from yours, however, complementary, and considered by us, of the animal kingdom, just as important.
19 Asked whether he considered his mission possible, he said: "Afghanistan is this tremendously complex, Mad Max, utterly devastated society that's got to be repaired, and I don't know if we can fix it."
20 Since each element in a level of decomposition is considered from the black box perspective only, the only interactions shown are those between them and the systems actors.
21 Each feature is considered pluggable, so that if it is not needed, then it is not loaded into memory and not in the calling chain of the request handling.
22 VANCOUVER, British Columbia - in this urban oasis widely considered one of the most livable places in the world, the Downtown Eastside is about 15 square blocks of something else.
23 Nowadays smoking is considered evil, and we want to provide an oasis for smokers," said a board director of the 'Cafe Tobacco' shop operator Towa Food Service co.
24 Some of our junior faculty are totally astounded when they see how fast grant or startup money goes because they have not really considered the costs," she says.
25 For this reason he is often considered as the father of empirical science and scientific method.
26 If they didn't, the browser's XML parser would be considered "non-conforming" and people would mock it mercilessly before marking it as horrifically broken for Ajax.
27 Wilson described himself as "lame" and referred to his cane as his "third leg," [43] but otherwise he considered himself perfectly fit to be President. There was even talk of a third term.
28 Avocado is considered the world's healthiest fruit, because of its nutrient contents such as vitamin K, dietary fiber, potassium, folic acid, vitamin B6, vitamin C and copper.
29 Humor doesn't dismiss a subject but rather often opens that subject up for discussion, especially when the subject is one that is not considered "fit" for public discussion.
30 Thus, routine assessment and screening for anxiety and depression in all patients diagnosed with COPD should be considered.