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1 Urban planners in practice have to take account of many interest groups in society.
2 Where economics comes unstuck is when it doesn't take account of the anticipated actions of human beings.
3 Oral history enables us to take account of those many aspects of history that are not recorded in documents.
4 These figures do not take account of changes in the rate of inflation.
5 The curriculum will take account of the ethnic diversity of the population.
6 It seeks to take account of the facts.
7 There is no shame in amending ambitions to take account of aging.
8 A saving throw of 6 is permitted to take account of the Squig.
9 The planning will need to take account of the fact that the groups should come together at a later stage.
10 That was commissioned to take account of plans to expand the cross-London commuter Thameslink rail service.
11 Similarly worded questions over time have to take account of changes in the topics under question.
12 Of course, the stressed representations do not take account of the distribution of sentence stress in the utterances.
13 Effective political leaders have to take account of both role demands.
14 Schools must design their own local units to take account of local circumstances and special interests.
15 The court should take account of the fact that it could minimize the delay by setting a timetable for the action.
16 This will take account of whether you have achieved the required standards and met your agreed objectives.
17 And, in practice, the external auditor will take account of this in carrying out the statutory audit.
18 However, an evaluation of rural depopulation needs to take account of a whole variety of factors.
19 For the moment we need to take account of individual needs coming into the picture.
20 When corrections are made to take account of these differences in crustal density the magnitude of gravity anomalies is significantly reduced.
21 In this case the original recording task can take account of this and capitalise on it.
22 The complete model must also take account of the voltages induced in the phase winding by rotor motion.
23 The essence of consultation is to listen to, and take account of, the views of those consulted.
24 Such figures as we have need careful scrutiny, because they rarely take account of those who came back.
25 The new report confirmed these concerns, questioning whether existing toxicity tests were sufficient to take account of these issues.
26 Therefore many traditional notions about rural decline have to be modified to take account of the remarkable turn-around in demographic trends.
27 Some Western analysts considered that Soviet spending estimates should be doubled to take account of artificially low prices set for hardware.
28 He feels that it is crucial that information system designers take account of the different types of corporate organisational structure.
29 In any event the relevant figure should be reviewed regularly to take account of inflation.
30 A family systems approach to work with minority groups must take account of all these factors.
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