Continuing consideration

CONTINUING CONSIDERATION. A continuing consideration is one which in point of time remains good and binding, although it may have served before to Support a contract. 1 Bouv. Inst. n. 628; 1 Saund. 320 e, note (5.)

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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As more than an aside, the question of who saw what, or did not, during the Khmer Rouge's rule remains as an issue worthy of continuing consideration. Were groups such as the Swedish-Kampuchean Friendship Association who visited Cambodia in 1978 so blinded by ideological conviction that they placed the best gloss on all that they saw?
Those called to reflect in churches and the academy about these questions will be indebted to Evans and his collaborators, who have provided an important resource for the continuing consideration of this topic.
Furthermore, to assure its continuing consideration, transparency should be defined within the Conceptual Framework's sections on objectives and qualitative characteristics.
The jury at one of Ireland's most sensational murder trials set legal history last night by continuing consideration of its verdict after a record four days.
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