deliberate study

See: care, diligence
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Although much remains obscure, and will long remain obscure, I can entertain no doubt, after the most deliberate study and dispassionate judgment of which I am capable, that the view which most naturalists entertain, and which I formerly entertained--namely, that each species has been independently created--is erroneous.
He seemed to recognize the fact that Aynesworth's retention of his post was due to a desire to make a deliberate study of himself, and while his own attitude remained purely negative, he at no time exhibited any resentment or impatience.
Instead of rushing it over the Filipino people, the deep and long-term ramifications of this tax reform demands that more time be allowed for more deliberate study and analysis.
Instead of rushing it, the deep and long-term ramifications of this tax reform demands that more time be allowed for more deliberate study and analysis.
"We believe the best approach toward meeting those goals is to avoid yet another constitutional argument over court rulemaking and to concentrate, instead, on a cooperative yet comprehensive effort among all three branches of government for a careful and deliberate study of our state's post-conviction processes and proceedings."
In her examination of a particular legal and cultural crisis in a specific socio-historic situation, West asserts that literature offers crucial insights into law, culture, and life, and calls for serious and deliberate study.
www.youropinion.gov.sy www.mla-sy.org The committee presented a deliberate study of the proposals.
things up, but through following a deliberate study".
The underlying theme throughout the study was to let natural personality traits come through and through the deliberate study and use of humor, allow the use of humor to be used when appropriate.
This is far more than a student handbook on familiar novels: the volume as a whole works on several levels, rather as Wharton is supposed to have configured fictions on `women' and `society', texts of finish and poise, out of deliberate study, wide reading, and also the urgency of unfinished business in her own personal history, marital and filial, as well as feminine and American.
Atrocities - whether they claim Chinese students, Hutu villagers, or old Bosnian women trying to flee into the woods - should be labeled for the unspeakable evil which they are and, most importantly, should be made the subject of deliberate study in schools.