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  • The derivatives held by the Company comprise war - able-for-sale securities are reported in other income, net. rants to purchase equity instruments in other public and The Company reviews the securities for impairments con - private companies at specified prices over original terms sidering current factors including the economic environ - varying from 2.5 to 10 years.

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  • These directors were impressed by both the beauty of the stu-dents 'work on stage, and their wonderfully respectful means of asking astute questions after thoughtfully con-sidering feedback.

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  • He turned slowly to face her, and she could see that he was con - sidering the advisability of a confrontation.

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  • Not surprising, con sidering their terrible distrust and fear of change of any sort.

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  • That's a reasonable question con-sidering the situation on Canaan.

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  • Con - sidering his present liabilities, that was important.

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  • Much of their prodigious intellectual energy in the years that followed was devoted to explaining the failure of these revolutions and to con - sidering the tactics and strategy of insurrection.

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  • The need for such a doctrine as we find in Aristotle is occasioned by Aristotle's insistence that the Forms of material things are not separate realities, yet we seem to be able to consider them without considering the matter or without con - sidering other concrete features of material things.

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  • Wherefore Ban and Bors had great marvel, con-sidering the great slaughter that there was, but at the last they were driven aback over a little river.

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  • I stepped over the great Gate, and passed very gently, and sidering through the two principal streets, only in my short waistcoat, for fear of damaging the roofs and eaves of the houses with the skirts of my coat.

    Gulliver's Travels

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