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If you think about what people are apt to do, this isn't really an issue.
Baraka: Sometimes I think about it, but most of the time I just write it.
Starting to think about the past while you haven't lost your memory is probably a good idea.
You don't think about this much, but the WTO process requires that governments be more transparent and rules-based in their policies, in addition to lowering the barriers to trade.
Think about if you had to crawl around and play with blocks all day.
Actually, if you're a Fox executive, please think about this hard.
If we expect students to think about their thinking, they must be taught how to both ask and answer thought-provoking questions.
Hotel, the occupancy rates, didn't dip to the Persian Gulf rate, which is phenomenal when you think about what happened here.
MD: I don't -- see, again, there are a lot of problems I simply don't think about.
They think about things, but their ideas don't take them anywhere, don't take hold a lot of times.