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- v. Present participle of ponder.
- n. Ruminations.
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- adj. Deliberating.
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- adj. deeply or seriously thoughtful
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February 12th, 2009 at 2: 06 pm cube, if any pondering is going on on your first question, that hypothetical economist is incompetent because ANY government spending is a stimulus.
The future of the LCS is not in pondering value to the "poor and ignorant" Mexican community.
Helsinki artists Tellervo Kalleinen and Oliver Kochta-Kalleinen founded the project in 2005, after pondering the Finnish wordvalituskuro, which refers to people complaining in packs.
I closed my eyes and sat for just a moment longer, pondering, which is what I do instead of thinking when I am very tired.
There's a difference between "pondering" the political effects of another terrorist attack and positing what those effects would be, re-enforcing Republican frames on the issue, and then attempting to exploit it for political points.
Any day now, the voters are set to start "pondering" just how bad Bill was and how outraged they are about it.
The only people "pondering" this question right now are pundits like you.
(Although one will be left pondering which is cause and which is effect.)
"freshness of the early world" is still upon them; neither they nor their contemporaries were born to the task of weighing and pondering, which is the birthright of the critic.
Although of course they had to rely on some external circumstance such as pondering to a certain extent the correct understanding concerning the apprehension of true, inherent existence, they relied primarily on internal methods.