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1, I hope my teacher will take into account the fact that I was ill just before the exams when she marks my paper.
2, Take into account your own strengths and weaknesses.
3, The calculations do not take into account any fluctuation in the share price.
4, The jury must take into account any mitigating circumstances presented by the defense, such as previous good character.
5, I think you have to take into account that he's a good deal younger than the rest of us.
6, There are three factors to take into account: firstly cost, secondly time, and thirdly staff.
7, These are relevant factors to take into account.
8, There's the slipstream to take into account.
9, But Nixon fails to take into account certain pitfalls.
10, These take into account all the aspects of skill and knowledge needed by an individual to work effectively in the industry.
11, The argument is nonsense because it fails to take into account the way women are treated as a matter of course.
12, This alone could not take into account the much finer distinctions that it is necessary to look at when determining social class.
13, It also fails to take into account the fact that a large number of men were familiar with court proceedings.
14, The design of policy has to take into account the ambiguity of the welfare analysis outlined in the previous section.
15, Although traditional lenders take into account lottery income, they do not accept the payments as collateral.
16, Clinicians must take into account the nature of the test meal used when results are correlated with clinical features.
17, Neither do they take into account the additional disadvantages associated with increasing remoteness, such as transport costs.
18, The average Westerner fails to take into account the fact that there are so many weak points on the human body.
19, Your insurance policy should take into account all foreseeable circumstances.
20, For example, in planning redevelopment,(http://sentencedict.com/take into account.html) local authorities will take into account listed buildings in the area.
21, One of the important things to take into account when designing single bed Fair Isle patterns is the length of the floats.
22, The manager should take into account the artist's wishes and aspirations.
23, The court is likely to take into account the proportion of the consideration received by each vendor.
24, We also have to take into account the passage of light rays through the highly curved space-time near the expanding object.
25, The evaluation of the findings of any piece of research must also, of course, take into account its nature and aims.
26, Future studies evaluating mechanisms of gastrin release have to take into account the H pylori state.
27, In my judgment the judge was fully entitled to take into account the matters which she there expressed.
28, There is, however, one classical restriction which we must take into account, namely the resolving power of optical instruments.
29, The main problem with the simple yield to maturity, though, is that it does not take into account compound interest.
30, There are a considerable number of provisions which the taxpayer must carefully take into account when setting up an overseas trust.
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