deliberate attention

See: care, diligence
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He read the two letters contained in it with absorbed and deliberate attention. The moments that passed before he lifted his head from his reading seemed like hours.
All they need is a little more deliberate attention than more outgoing campers.
'Since my assumption of office, this Administration has paid particular and deliberate attention to careful planning as a way of implementing effective policies and achieving sustained change.
Authored by the erudite Justice Faez Isa, this judgment of the honorable Court needs deliberate attention of the (various) political parties, members of the media, as well as officials of the concerned State institutions and intelligence agencies.
He said that it was a first international conference on emerging trends in zoology in the university's history which shows "our deliberate attention to meet the international educational standards.
I am pleased that Administrator Pruitt is taking the time to see first-hand the individuals of the Calumet community who are in need of his agencys deliberate attention and fulsome work."
Maintaining these longevity gains requires deliberate attention, as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that nearly 14% of US women aged 18 years and over rate their health as fair or poor.
Clearly, deliberate attention may be needed to help younger adults in AA to form personal bonds within their AA group and to assist them in connecting with a recovery support network, better promoting their recovery and maintenance of sobriety.
Storage and processing of information requires deliberate attention and cognitive actions on the part of a learner.
The Baltimore Housing Mobility Program, a specialized regional voucher program operating with deliberate attention to expanding fair housing choice, has overcome some of the biggest barriers to using vouchers in suburban and city neighborhoods where opportunities are abundant.
The issue at hand for all musicians is deliberate practice, and that is where teachers can make a major impact--helping students learn to practice, and then helping them learn to practice creatively and with deliberate attention. Fostering deliberate practice would mean helping students find their own new ways to enable themselves to reach new levels of performance.
Self-monitoring is defined as one's deliberate attention to an aspect of a behavior that directs the learners' efforts to the learning task.