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  • To the north is an area under consideration as a future national park.
  • Has not the former the same claim to consideration as the latter? Cited from The Story Of My Life, by Georg Ebers, v1
  • And then of course there had come much consideration as to his sister's condition. Cited from John Caldigate, by Anthony Trollope
  • Individual things and persons only come into consideration as dependent parts of this whole.
  • To be more specific, considerations as the following are often taken into account.
  • It is worth consideration as a play, because it is not a play at all. Cited from George Bernard Shaw, by Gilbert K. Chesterton
  • Beyond such general considerations as these there is little to be said. Cited from Modern Religious Cults and Movements, by Gaius Glenn Atkins
  • So much the more credit to him for such consideration as he showed her, though this was little enough. Cited from James Pethel, by Max Beerbohm
  • You really ought not to allow such a consideration as that to delay your career. Cited from The Irrational Knot, by George Bernard Shaw
  • And down it John rushed, without consideration as to where it might lead. Cited from The Hill, by Horace Annesley Vachell
  • The teaching of religious systems is no longer under serious consideration as far as our public schools are concerned. Cited from The Lutherans of New York, by George Wenner
  • A number of key risks need to be taken into consideration as well.
  • Upon his services in this respect rest his claims to consideration as a political philosopher. Cited from The Atlantic Monthly, Vol. 2, No. 13, November, 1858, by Various
  • Some of them are worth consideration as problems for which no solution is easily to be found. Cited from An Ethical Problem, by Albert Leffingwell
  • The sample rate is just as important a consideration as the word size.
  • The psychological well-being of the animals was now taken into consideration as it never had been before.
  • Her manner put me aside from her consideration as if I had been a child or a servant. Cited from Revelations of a Wife, The Story of a Honeymoon, by Adele Garrison
  • The training of the rural teacher has never been given the same consideration as that of town or city teachers. Cited from New Ideals in Rural Schools, by George Herbert Betts
  • Terms not so much a consideration as comfort and pleasant society. Cited from The Paying Guest, by George Gissing
  • Contrary to his belief they did not blame him, but took him into consideration as well.
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