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- v. To predict something
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- v. take into consideration, have in view
- v. devise or invent
- v. intend to refer to
- v. choose in one's mind
- v. look on as or consider
- v. keep in mind for attention or consideration
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I think of wasp-waisted Sophia Loren in a flaring skirt, as I recently saw her in our movie magazine, Screen.
I think of how liberating it must feel to be able to visit friends who have never heard of Komsomol meetings that vote on the fate of a prospective tourist, or character reports required for foreign trips, or our infamous OVIR, the visa department.
I can think of no better way to close this chapter than with the words of Tim Hansel from his book When I Relax I Feel Guilty.
The last time I had been with her, at least six months before, she had given me a condom with spermicide—it was a spermicidal condom, which makes me think of the words “suicidal” and “homicidal” and, anyway, that condom had scorched me.
Come to think of it, my 55 year-old husband has his own man-cave that is spilling out into MY area of the house.
Then I think of our different brains and add a couple of sentences of my own, direct and to the point: Engagement, like friendship, is an unbinding relationship, not written into the Soviet law.
The pontiff was again surrounded by his deacons and preceded by the subdeacons, one of whom swung a thurible, and a conspicuous feature was the group of seven acolytes carrying tapers, which make us think of the seven candles now lighted on the altar at a pontifical High Mass.
Reading the lyrics as I listen, I think of the album as the love child of Von Teese and Wood, equal parts despair and joy.
But when I think back on those first months, I think of that fence, and a circle of young men closing in on me, and Lester Bargus with his freckles and his brown, square-cut hair, sucking spit back into his mouth after he had begun to drool with the joy of striking out at another human being from the security of the pack.
You might think of the thymus, in fact, as a kind of a military training school—one housing both an undergraduate training school for cadets as well as an officer training school.