take account of

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The view that a complexity of factors impacts human population growth certainly makes sense, and they have correctly pointed out that scientifically organized efforts to deal with human problems must take account of manifold interconnected events.
Yet Arafat needed to take account of Israel's presence and power, and of the international community's endorsement of Jewish statehood.
To take account of this change in behavior, but also in light of recent information suggesting that the economic expansion retained considerable strength, the Manager for Domestic Operations adjusted the reserve paths to incorporate a lower level of borrowing, with the expectation that federal funds would continue to trade in the slightly higher range that had prevailed recently.