consideration must be given

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  • However, consideration must be given as part of entering the contract, not prior as in past consideration.
  • As operating voltages increase, greater consideration must be given to such design principles.
  • But at the same time some consideration must be given to the position in which Penn found himself. Cited from The Quaker Colonies, Sydney G. Fisher
  • Due consideration must be given to the widespread influence exercised by cultural contact. Cited from Myths of Babylonia and Assyria, by Donald A. Mackenzie
  • Special consideration must be given to idle periods in the Day Out of Days.
  • The yaks needed it, and as that was their means of transportation, every consideration must be given them. Cited from The Wonder Island Boys: The Tribesmen, by Roger Finlay
  • Special consideration must be given to the need to exclude moisture from the material.
  • Careful consideration must be given the elements involved: What causes probably operated to bring about the rupture in family relations? Cited from Broken Homes, by Joanna C. Colcord
  • Thus, costs and benefits must be weighed and consideration must be given to how such information will be owned, used, and spread.
  • This investigation showed that consideration must be given to the historical context and social climate that influences local butchering patterns.
  • When calculating the actual insulation requirements, consideration must be given to current Building Regulation standards.
  • Since the accumulation of propellant may take many weeks to months, careful consideration must be given to boiloff mitigation.
  • Even in the planning stages, consideration must be given to ensuring there is enough additional real estate that can be bought without difficulty if it is later decided to extend the facility.
  • Consideration must be given to the changes in environment and the processing equipment and procedures that will be required to ensure safe food processing on an extraterrestrial surface.
  • It also reiterated that for discretion to be unfettered, consideration must be given to exceptional cases.
  • In order to improve the effectiveness of a community's responses, consideration must be given to techniques which can deal with complex systems and the advancement of critical thinking skills.
  • This type of noise is somewhat more difficult to abate, but consideration must be given to isolating the floor assembly above or hanging the lower ceiling on resilient channel.
  • Furthermore, the court in Barkhuizen held that consideration must be given to those special circumstances when a time-bar clause cannot be complied with by the insured.
  • In reviewing the agencies therefore which precipitated the political revolution of 1860, large consideration must be given to the influence of the movement for Protection. Cited from Twenty Years of Congress, Vol. 1 (of 2), by James Gillespie Blaine
  • Consideration must be given to the advantage that is to accrue to the Church and the religious institute from establishment of the house and to the requirements for the members to live their religious life properly.
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