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1 The fruit was so heavy that it weighed the branches down.
2 The problem weighed heavily on his mind.
3 The bag weighed heavily on his shoulders.
4 member weighed in with their own opinion.
5 topics ranged from the contents of that desk's drawer to whether God existed. He often weighed in on major news topics.
6 He couldn't have weighed more than 150 pounds, but while working in his yard he carried around big chunks of flagstone that I could hardly lift.
7 He weighed the stone in his hands.
8 That is not to say that some rules, like formatting rules, are not important, just that they should be weighed in comparison to other issues, such as null Pointers or mishandled exceptions.
9 Hundreds of gleeful participants snacked on sausages and sipped cold drinks as the portly pests were weighed, measured and killed in the state's inaugural "Toad Day Out" celebration.
10 When they were born they weighed less than a cat and stood no taller than a cereal box.
11 How could this rock, which weighed several tons, have been lifted to this spot, without the aid of many men?
12 I've never weighed a frail, sickly 80 pounds, but because of IT, she did.
13 Given our time constraints, we weighed the pros and cons and decided to not use this tool.
14 Regardless, clustering, replication, and sharding each have pros and cons that should be weighed heavily before embarking on an individual strategy.
15 CARDIA study scientists weighed and measured the waist circumference and BMI of study participants. The waist circumference was measured to the nearest half centimeter.
16 However, evidence in primary prevention is limited, with studies suggesting that any benefit of aspirin must be weighed against the risk of bleeding.
17 When deciding whether to invest in stocks or bonds, the risks versus the potentials have to be weighed.
18 Prior to the fights, each cricket is weighed on an electronic scale by judges. Crickets are matched according to size, color, and weight.
19 A scientist who weighed people immediately before and after death concluded that the human soul weighs 21 GMS.
20 At maturity they suggest that it would have weighed two pounds and been two feet long, most of it tail.
21 effect was true for the women – by the end of year four wives with a lower BMI than their husbands were significantly happier than those who weighed the same or more.
22 Max Baucus as the Senate weighed whether to take up a controversial proposal to reform America’s bloated health system.
23 She's already turned down a man who weighed 400 pounds, as well as the advances of countless married men.
24 weighed a jar, we need to calculate how many sweets the mass is equivalent to and compare it with the target value.
25 Thus the social value of protecting native ecosystems must be weighed against the social value of fostering positive attitudes about the protection of nature through giant constrictor ownership.
26 In order to keep the focus on the steps themselves, not every action will be explained, and not every decision will be weighed.
27 O.K., the speaker hasn't actually weighed in on our plans for the evening.
28 present day interstellar dust is weighed by measuring the intensity and color of emission at longer infrared wavelengths.
29 The researchers assigned 57 obese people to one of these two groups or a control group, in which people were simply weighed at the end of each month.
30 Emily weighed these ideas in her mind.