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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of ponder.

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  • In an illegal and unwarranted war where 2200 Americans, thousands of Iraqis have died, many more thousands seriously wounded, not to mention a country destroyed and no end in sight, and a problem pondered is how to manage the public relations.

    Think Progress » Bush’s Iraq PR Campaign Falling Flat

  • Ah, "quality," that ever-elusive term pondered so by Robert Persig ...

    Vail Daily - Top Stories

  • Ah, "quality," that ever-elusive term pondered so by Robert Persig ...

    Vail Daily - Top Stories

  • What Matt hasn’t pondered is that Zimbabwe got there not via default, but by relentlessly engaging in quantitative easing until only their own govt would by their own debt – thus creating hyper-inflation.

    Matthew Yglesias » US vs Zimbabwe

  • The thing Matt hasn’t pondered is this: had prosecutions been pursued, then Obama’s policy of massive drone bombings in Afghanistan – that kill civilians right and left – would have led to prosecutions after his team leaves office as well.

    Matthew Yglesias » The Yoo and Bybee Rulings

  • When City Council Speaker Christine Quinn said the mayor’s proposed bill would permanently extend limits from two to three terms, sources close to Lauder say he again pondered using his money to torpedo the plan.

    06 « October « 2008 « Niqnaq

  • When City Council Speaker Christine Quinn said the mayor’s proposed bill would permanently extend limits from two to three terms, sources close to Lauder say he again pondered using his money to torpedo the plan.

    who elected this guy?

  • This weekend, [6] Daphne Merkin pondered on the opening page of The New York Times Sunday Magazine what men really want: ‘ Are men any more comfortable with female firebrands than they were before, say, Betty Friedan?

    Print - The Little Princess | PopPolitics.com

  • This weekend, Daphne Merkin pondered on the opening page of The New York Times Sunday Magazine what men really want: ‘ Are men any more comfortable with female firebrands than they were before, say, Betty Friedan?

    The Little Princess | PopPolitics.com

  • This weekend, Daphne Merkin pondered on the opening page of The New York Times Sunday Magazine what men really want: ‘ Are men any more comfortable with female firebrands than they were before, say, Betty Friedan?

    The Little Princess | PopPolitics.com

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