This must give us pause
because there are Filipinos who insist they love their country, but do not want to live in it and there are other Filipinos who say they love the Philippines (its beaches, its mountains, its birds), but who seem to have nothing but contempt for most Filipinos.
The results of the Peacock-Chambers paper alone should give us pause
rather than our blindly accepting results of a trial just because it has appeared in a peer-re viewed journal.
Does the chance of a rogue missile hitting our shores give us pause
in these uncertain times when things can go awry between governments run by megalomaniacs like Kim Jung-un and narcissists like Donald Trump?
The effects of climate change on bumble bees should give us pause
While more research is needed to determine whether phthalates actually cause diabetes, this association is enough to give us pause
The decline in long-term rates during the second quarter does give us pause
that the margin may come in worse than we expect," the research firm said in a report on Wednesday.
News from the research field always comes up with something that give us pause
We go to Castleford on Sunday and their big home loss to Hull KR at the weekend should give us pause
for thought as we prepare to visit the Jungle.
But the unexpected ways that living things respond should also give us pause
May's analysis of the class representation of hunting in the twenty-first century, as opposed to the class reality of hunting, should give us pause
Even a brief look at the details should give us pause
Though we are still learning about e-cigarettes, what we do know should give us pause
," said Rosenthal.
Once we understand that the ringleader is somebody who is at a terrorist training camp in July 2001, that should give us pause
before we believe that the reason these terrible things have happened is the result of our foreign policy.
While this study was performed in Amsterdam and may not perfectly reflect the cultural norms of the United States, the results still should give us pause
and raise important questions.
We remain bullish and are advising our clients to remain overweight on equities, but the levels of valuations and investor sentiment are starting to give us pause
in the short term," said Bill Greiner, chief investment officer of Mariner Wealth Advisors, in Leawood, Kansas.