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  • v. Present participle of mull.

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Examples

  • And what is really interesting is, top aides are saying he's in what they call the mulling stage, still reading a lot of memos, a lot of court decisions.

    CNN Transcript May 22, 2009

  • And what's really interesting is top aides are saying he's in what they call the mulling stage, still reading a lot of memos, a lot of court decisions.

    CNN Transcript May 22, 2009

  • DuBois said his office is making steady progress in mulling or implementing the council's suggestions, even as he conceded "we can always do more to get the word out about those efforts."

    Critics Waiting For Action From Faith-Based Office

  • Kiper suggests there might be restorative powers in mulling over 40-yard dash times, down to hundredths of a second, on a year-round basis.

    USATODAY.com - Rams' Holt adds draft insight

  • He recalled mulling over the problem of a company that manufactured toothpicks and Popsicle sticks.

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  • I began the Operacion Entender series with the idea of mulling over why contrary to the conventional wisdom George W. Bush has had one of the most successful terms as head of state in the history of mankind.

    Editorials from Hell's leading daily newspaper

  • Rob Hopkins, who with his colleagues started the transition movement, settled in Totnes, a small market town near the south coast of England, but the movement now has affiliates not only in towns but also in the neighborhoods of big cities and in rural areas -- affiliates that are still "mulling" over the prospects and at least one that has already produced its "energy descent action plan."

    Craig K. Comstock: The "Transition Town" Movement's Initial Genius

  • Much of what he learned while helping to elect Obama seems to be informing the "mulling" time he is putting in now: Whether to accept the risks and benefits of challenging Kirsten Gillibrand in the 2010 primary for the Democratic nomination for the US Senate.

    Jon Cooper is thinking about running for the Senate

  • Blogosphere goes crazy, saying Lieberman is "mulling" the option.

    CT-SEN: It's Official -- Lieberman Rules Out Any Run On GOP Line

  • But one Democratic senator, a liberal senator, who at the time was just kind of mulling things, so he didn't want me to use his name on the record, but he said, you know, it is so much easier -- so much easier -- to be opposed to the war when it's a Republican.

    CNN Transcript Aug 23, 2009

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