worth pondering

worth pondering

Deserving of consideration. A: "I did so well on my report card that I think I should be allowed to borrow the car tomorrow night." B: "Hmm, it's worth pondering."
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Microsoft (MSFT) predicts that in five years there will be practical quantum computers, but there may be implications worth pondering, Tiernan Ray wrote in this week's edition of Barron's.
How can they suddenly change upon assuming the office of a judge, and do justice while listening to the same colleagues, is worth pondering.
But that Swaraj should in person try and score one keeping Oli in focus is worth pondering over surely.
To me, these are Christmas sentiments worth pondering.
But it's worth pondering the role of the other coaches in this as well, with defence coach Andy Farrell and assistant coach Graham Rowntree known to be ferocious motivators.
As we celebrate America's Independence Day Tuesday, it's worth pondering the question this scene raises: How do we "earn" the sacrifice that's been made on our behalf?
It's worth pondering over the fact how the English conditions, which have for generations held these countries in awe on a cricket pitch, had lost their enigmatic quality.
That's certainly true, and while the parallel is not exact--the hyper-productive, postindustrial enormity of Pioneer Works is quite unlike Ant Farm's gleeful impracticality--the contrast itself is worth pondering.
Orphans of the Carnival is about how we can find humanity in all fellow creatures, which is surely a message worth pondering now more than ever.
Ramos, who prodded Mano Digong to run for president, are worth pondering.
These works are enjoyable, are worth pondering, and invite head-scratching responses.
The universally popular Rubaiyat of Omar Khayam contains a number of stanzas well worth pondering during the Now Ruz season.
An interesting and worth pondering part of the study is the issue of land grabbing.
But it's still worth pondering these questions when two very similar countries see such dramatic differences in educational outcomes.
r The last pact worth pondering, as we think about what would replace ISIS, is the Taif Agreement of 1989 that ended the 14-year Lebanese Civil War.