The only aspect of this book that gives one pause
is Lee's somewhat unrealistic philosophical musing at the end.
The promise of completely "free" medical care of every sort imaginable gives one pause
. What happens when the money runs out?
Still, it's a very short list and gives one pause
If someone's reputation can be miraculously regenerated with the application of millions of rupees, it gives one pause
to think about this amazing brand of honour that waxes and wanes as needed.
The sight of teens with rifles is one we're used to from news reports of a much more tragic nature, so the imagery definitely gives one pause
. There's a deeply anti-government streak to the politics of The 5th Wave, which imagines a world in which an alien race takes over the planet and starts eradicating the human species in a series of waves that destroy infrastructure, environment and health.
A large gnarly tree gives one pause
and takes one to times past and possible futures, imagining what that ancient living thing will continue to experience.
At first, this format gives one pause
; will it weaken a memoir, not give it the same "validity?" The use of dialogue, however, along with interior thought provides for a very powerful narrative, and allows the reader to experience what Elena feels.
Further, in a work so full of translation, his rendering of "como aqua para chocolate" as "ready to exploit" gives one pause
This gives one pause
. At the same time, mobilization opens up a new mindset for publishing.
The phrase "alternate history" gives one pause
. At first one assumes that we're saying "fantasy" here, or that the proponent has found evidence which proves something besides the generally accepted story could have happened.
It all sounds a bit creepy, and the fact that the program is under military control gives one pause
about its ultimate use.
Occasionally the title of a book gives one pause
; this title, which suggests that treating the most vulnerable neonates might demand limits, represents one such case.
Demanding today, it gives one pause
to consider the musical virtuosity of the original players, given the state of the individual instruments in the early 1800's.
Musekura's life story and personal experience with forgiveness gives one pause
. He has witnessed firsthand the devastation done to families and entire communities, having lost several family members during and after the 1994 Rwandan genocide, and eventually returned to Africa to begin a ministry based on forgiveness and reconciliation.
Auschwitz," gives one pause
. Here we have a Tel Aviv poet who, while unhesitatingly exploring the less palpable aspects of his favorite metropolis, is nonetheless ineluctably drawn to the subject of the Holocaust.