carefully considered

See: deliberate
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Having carefully considered everything, I am writing now with the object of fulfilling that promise.
All these things, then, will have to be carefully considered by us; and if only those whom we introduce to this vast system of education and training are sound in body and mind, justice herself will have nothing to say against us, and we shall be the saviours of the constitution and of the State; but, if our pupils are men of another stamp, the reverse will happen, and we shall pour a still greater flood of ridicule on philosophy than she has to endure at present.
Nevertheless, they both deserve to be carefully considered.
From her earliest childhood she had been accustomed to see shillings and sixpences carefully considered before they were parted with.
He had to condense into one day the carefully considered movements of two weeks, and to the best of his ability he did so.
Greenwich Hospital carefully considered several space alternatives in Fairfield and Westchester Counties.
The Board has carefully considered Associated's lending record and HMDA data in light of public comment about its record of lending to minorities and in predominantly minority communities.
For me, this is a definitive piece, something Kinsey has deserved for a long time--an exhaustively researched and carefully considered examina-tion of a very complex debate.
While this goal of environmental protection for the Owens Valley is widely shared, the method to achieve this should be fully discussed and carefully considered.
All claims for asylum are carefully considered by skilled caseworkers and evidence of torture is taken seriously.
Almost all entrants had carefully considered the needs and character of the author for whom they had decided to work, and most showed an interest in literature unusual in a notoriously ill-read profession.
The Clinton administration has a carefully considered response to those objections: So what?