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Although Chamblee maintained that he had not called Woods a cheat directly and insisted that he had not been forced to apologise for his comment, however, Woods' manager called his comments 'disgusting' and said they 'would have to give thought to legal action'.
A couple more weeks and then it's time to give thought to New Year resolutions although I've already decided I won't be making any so for the first time in a long time I'm actually ahead of myself
Engaging scientists from various disciplines to give thought to the impacts of climate change, the authors organized three workshops, developed a conceptual framework, identified key databases, and developed four questions for investigation.
Readers genuinely interested in Teilhard must give thought to the following found in Human Energy: "Let us say, in fact .
However, do give thought to the qualities the selectors are looking for.
They don't give thought to what it will be like to be sopping wet during the ride home.
Sturrock will give thought to opening negotiations with one or two players he watched abroad.
Words and how we use them may not be something people think about on a regular basis, but words play a larger part in our lives than we give thought to.
Jailing Cole for 15 months, Judge Keith Thomas described Cole as a persistent confidence trickster and told her: "You do not give thought to the circumstances of anyone other than yourself.
Give thought to the effort communicators and human resource people are putting into surveys of today's employee opinions.
While vehicle owners take care to winterize their cars with antifreeze for the radiator, chains on the tires and de-icer for the door locks, few give thought to their car's antenna, valiantly flapping in the frigid cold.
Since requests by myself and Coun Ed Bridges to the council to increase resident parking in Gabalfa to 75% (as is now possible under new rules) are refused, can Coun Cook assure me and the residents of Gabalfa that he will look at this issue and give thought to the following statement - surely it is fairer to decrease the resident-only parking in the Heath to 75% and at the same time increase the level to 75% in streets across Gabalfa?