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But there are other advantages that can prove to exist over time and that can be worth considering, including:
But surely, to re-address these questions would be a waste of energy; as with any onlooker considering the dynamics of an intense love affair, even if it is with a brick, why add to the angst?
The more fatalistic a woman was about her pregnancy, the less likely she was to be open to considering an abortion (0.
Based on the foregoing and after considering all the facts of record, the Board has determined that the application should be, and hereby is, approved.
Gloria Feldt, president of Planned Parenthood Federation of America, told the newspaper that the "explosion" of the number of states considering such laws "is astonishing.
Now a senior at Marquette University in Milwaukee, I have been considering the priesthood for about two years.
But coupled with the new deadline, the regulators are also considering punishing failure to meet it with possible sanctions including fines or a ban on hooking new homes up to the Lancaster sewer system.
After considering whether it was more appropriate to use mandatory or "suggestive" language, the task force decided that "should" rather than "must" or "shall" best fit the interpretation's underlying purpose.
By considering the items on this checklist, the company will have gone a long way toward controlling individual and corporate exposure for attorneys, officers and directors.
According to small business consultant Wally Bock, one of the worst things a small business owner can do when considering expansion is to ask, "What about the economy?
If you're considering high availability or "failover" technology, it is important to understand what the manpower costs are when users are nonproductive.