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1 Bear in mind that petrol stations are scarce in the more remote areas.
2 As generation gap exists, we must bear in mind that the younger people might not like that idea.
3 Stay in the foyer if you wish, but bear in mind the performance begins in two minutes.
4 There are three important points we must bear in mind.
5 It is as well to bear in mind that laughter is a great releaser of tension.
6 Bear in mind that some of the children will need extra help.
7 Bear in mind that the price does not include flights.
8 You must bear in mind that your parents hope to depend on you to become a good doctor.
9 Bear in mind the age of the vehicle when assessing its value.
10 That is also an outcome to bear in mind.
11 This will prove an important point to bear in mind in the discussions of Chapter 6.
12 Indeed, that is certainly true,(www.Sentencedict.com) but we must bear in mind the way that the computer actually produces these pictures.
13 You should bear in mind that WinTach only measures Windows graphics performance and not overall system performance.
14 It is important to bear in mind that these financial consequences have, until very recently, remained largely hidden.
15 This is a worthwhile approach, though one should bear in mind that different mutagens give qualitatively different kinds of mutation.
16 Be honest with the candidate Bear in mind right from the start that the interview is a two-way process.
17 You must bear in mind the need to safeguard public funds and observe security requirements.
18 That's fine too[sentencedict.com], as long as you bear in mind that moderation is the key to staying healthy.
19 Please bear in mind that facilities and amenities can vary according to the mix and age of the various nationalities.
20 It is important to bear in mind that there is no absolute dualism in the Hebrew religion.
21 The Home Secretary should bear in mind the fact that this case is subjudice.
22 One knows that governments have other considerations to bear in mind, including the legislative process itself.
23 If you decide on avoidance of the food, bear in mind that the child's sensitivity may disappear in time.
24 To approach this question, we bear in mind the principle that variability in language is socially functional.
25 But bear in mind that without an external aerial, you may not be able to get a very good teletext reception.
26 Bear in mind that following scientific advice usually helps you make the most of your genetics and training.
27 The illustrations can, of course, be multiplied, but it is important to bear in mind that such cases are exceptional.
28 In this as in all other aspects of your strategy, bear in mind that change is as change does.
29 This is, of course, a point of contention which will not be pursued here but is useful to bear in mind.
30 And while that would seem to leave Jen open to offers, bear in mind that she can be a difficult customer.
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