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While that sounds easy, bear in mind the size of the losses.
Bear in mind that not all foreign currencies are exchanged.
Please bear in mind though that they are already using facts to fight people using rhetorical tricks and often losing.
Please bear in mind that using diversity as the sole measure of the effects of climate change does not tell the entire story.
Bear in mind that some may consider me to be an extreme cynic.
We must bear in mind that nuclear energy is not the only industry that receives federal financial support.
Bear in mind that the word interactive at that time still needed an explanatory footnote.
Bear in mind that the players are also prone to making enemies as they are to making friends.
Still, there are a couple of things to bear in mind about the likelihood of such a strategy taking off.
Bear in mind that cats can't spell all that well and that they're not so hot on subject-verb agreement either.
Bear in mind that there are infinitely many distinct rank-2 tensors on any manifold.
One needs to bear in mind work that has gone before so one can ask the right questions.
And bear in mind, calculating a probability also needs to take into account the conditions where it can occur.
Bear in mind that we're not talking about sign language or the proverbial monkeys-at-the-keyboard here.
Bear in mind that these figures are averages for the country as a whole.
Bear in mind that if you do a whistle-stop visit, flying in one night and out the next day, you will be disappointed.
Please bear in mind that stockpiling items to be used in a subsequent period is not allowed.
Please bear in mind that requests often exceed availability, particularly in the spring and summer.
We need to bear in mind that the spirit of resistance is essential to the preservation of public liberty.

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