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  • With these changes, each candidate can now be considered once every three years.
  • It is widely considered today to be one of the director's least successful works.
  • Island Life was considered a very important work at the time of its publication.
  • In the US the ground floor is considered the first floor.
  • Some may even consider that life is not real at all, but a concept instead.
  • At this stage, she did not yet consider herself an artist.
  • Wing-in-ground-effect vehicles may be considered as fixed-wing aircraft.
  • It is considered to have the best Australian collection outside any capital city in Australia.
  • The district is currently considering to build a second public high school.
  • For example, consider the natural numbers with addition as the operation.
  • Let us consider whether is the greater, the place or the Faith.
  • He later considered this his most important work.
  • I thought that was strange considering it was his band and all.
  • He is considered by many to be one of the greatest tennis players of all time.
  • If you would like to add a new name please consider writing about the artist first.
  • Each province is considered a separate jurisdiction with respect to common law matters.
  • The castle usually appears in good condition considering its great age.
  • But in some cases, they not only provide a challenge, but are considered next to impossible.
  • Tom started considering new ideas about how to put music together.
  • Nothing should be attached to it without considering the effect on the whole.
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Meaning of consider

  • verb Take into consideration for exemplifying purposes
    Take the case of China, Consider the following case
  • verb Show consideration for; take into account
    You must consider her age, The judge considered the offender's youth and was lenient
  • verb Think about carefully; weigh
    They considered the possibility of a strike, Turn the proposal over in your mind
  • verb Regard or treat with consideration, respect, and esteem
    Please consider your family