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Meanwhile, the Treasury's top mandarin, permanent secretary Sir Nicholas Macpherson, coolly ruminated about the economic experiment of the Scottish move.
The finding resonated with readers, who ruminated on the benefits of jotting things down.
Among the items related to rumination efficiency, the number of boli per day, intake of DM (g/h) and grams of DM per ruminated bolus of animals evaluated in group were higher than those of animals confined individually, by 1.
Figure 1 shows that BDI-II scores were higher for participants who had more intrusions, especially for those who ruminated in response to the intrusions (slope for RRIQ above median: B = .
I ruminated as I made my way through that particular doorway and thought: "Does this mean I'm on my way out?
Writing of the hypnotic, pacifying potential of film, Roland Barthes, in his 1975 essay "Leaving the Movie Theater," ruminated on the possibility of turning spectatorship into a critical enterprise.
His Lordship ruminated that Sir John Scarlett might have been subconsciously influenced by the Prime Minister's desire to beef up the case for war.
As we sat on the rocks quietly taking in the beautiful scenery, our eyes slowly scanning the deep blue ocean below, we ruminated on the meaning of the experience.
In a Valentine's Day story, one writer ruminated on being single in a brave new gay world in which marriage seems to be the only option: "Is there room for me in a post-Stonewall era where the push to partner with a man has replaced the pressure to marry a woman?
John's Seminary in Camarillo lacked grass, ruminated on the spiritual value of the game - when to trudge forward, when to throw long, when to punt and when to pray.
In the 1957 essay "Princes and Powers," James Baldwin ruminated on the difference between black Americans and colonized people: "[We] had been made and mangled by, another machinery altogether.
In his heyday, Skilling once ruminated over a new motto for Enron, "the world's coolest company.