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  • v. remember; consider; note

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  • v. keep in mind


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  • Even though Boethius praised the life of philosophy in his De summo bono as the pursuit of speculative truth and as the worthiest life for man, we must bear in mind that these concepts are relative to the natural order of philosophy.


  • One should bear in mind that the parental fixation in itself does not directly produce the mishaps of adult life but this small fault in infancy generates wider and wider maladaptations as development progresses.

    The Journal of Abnormal Psychology

  • We must bear in mind a fact which is often lost sight of, that the Scholastic philosophy had never taken deep root in the Peninsula, and that its masters chiefly flourished north of the Alps. Alexander of Hales,

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 12: Philip II-Reuss

  •  Well, when I refused point blank to marry Achmed - and you must bear in mind that this was at the start of the month of Ramadan with the wedding only weeks away, for it was to be celebrated at the same time as the feast of Bid al-Fitr which marks the end of our fast -- Raschid did not attempt to argue or reason with me.

    Falcon's Prey

  • We cannot too often bear in mind that Theodore Roosevelt never forgot the Oneness of Society.

    Theodore Roosevelt An Intimate Biography

  • Such groups should always bear in mind the rule: “Community-building first, problem-solving second.”


  • The cardinal point to bear in mind is that the placenta should be expelled from the uterus by a vis a tergo, not drawn out by a vis a fronte ....

    Labor Among Primitive Peoples

  • However, Harwood had to bear in mind that con - cessions applied to both belligerents; and he could not ask for things which would also benefit the Germans.

    Graf Spee

  • This finding is of especial importance given that they form a connection between their appearance on the Manihiki Islands with Australasia, where so many vestiges of the development of ancient fauna have been preserved; let us bear in mind in particular the antediluvian lizard hateri or tuatara, which survives to this day on Stephen Island.

    The War with the Newts

  • Now, while we should grant to every human being all the rights we claim for ourselves, and bear in mind the cases of individual excellence of colored people, we must, I think, admit that mulattoism is hybridism, and that it is unnatural and undesirable.

    Louis Agassiz His Life and Correspondence


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