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bear watching

To warrant one's attention. Because this situation is so fluid, it bears watching over the next few hours.
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bear watching

to need close, attentive observation or monitoring. This problem will bear watching. This is a very serious disease, and it will bear watching for further developments.
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There's an unfolding drama in the Presidential Electoral Tribunal (PET) that bears watching due to the charges and counter-charges that are being hurled by the two protagonists: Vice President Leni Robredo and losing VP contender Sen.
What bears watching is what would be the recommendation of the Internal Affairs Service on the administrative act of the case and what would be the action of Philippine National Police chief Ronald dela Rosa,' Lacson also said.
Michael O'Sullivan, chief investment officer of international wealth management at Credit Suisse, said: "The impact of the Brexit vote is widely thought of in terms of gross domestic product, but the impact on household wealth bears watching.
However, the indirect effects via its impact on the EU bloc and the knock on effects on the rest of the global economy bears watching.
It is unclear whether this signals the start of a generalised downward trend in load factor, but it bears watching," stated Tony Tyler, IATA's Director General and Chief Executive Officer.
But the shaking in Northeast Connecticut this week is a reminder that the earth beneath our feet is very much alive and bears watching.
The males seem to live happily together, but this bears watching as I have heard that they will fight over females.
The ISM index bears watching because it will likely affect interest rates and monetary policy, thus having an impact on currency rates, depending on whether it will outperform or underperform market expectations,'' said Yasunari Ueno, chief market economist at Mizuho Securities Co.
But it's certainly a technology that bears watching closely.
The 'jobs hard to get,' which is closely watched, jumped two points -- I wouldn't necessarily say that is out of the recent range, but that certainly bears watching," said Cary Leahey, senior managing director at Decision Economics in New York.
One person who particularly bears watching is UN Special Rapporteur Paul Hunt, a leading 'rights' advocate.
The dreadful word "outsourcing" bears watching too, for the level of expertise of testers cannot be allowed to drop.
Out on rental tomorrow with a retail release to follow in a month or so, this fantastic film bears watching again and again.
As a result, this project bears watching as the board begins to lay out its roadmap for the future.