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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Now I can go on to pursue long distance truck driving, a profession I have always wanted for myself." That story might appear a little dramatic, but it is worth pondering over.
And it's worth pondering if the Americans who took a halting chance, maybe even former Obama supporters, and voted for Trump in 2016 were as impressed by the bluster this time around.
BIRMINGHAM is a friendly city, proud of the warm welcome it offers to people from all corners of the globe, but in Refugee Week it's worth pondering what we are doing to help new arrivals settle and make their own stories here.
It is worth pondering whether the public's evaluation of Tsai's performance is too harsh, You said, or whether Tsai's capabilities as president ought to be questioned.
Even with all the incredible advances, it's worth pondering whether organizations actually feel more connected to the people and the companies they do business with.
CJP's comments at the two-day international symposium on 'Creating a Water-Secure Pakistan' are worth pondering upon.
Students of both the early republic and the War of 1812 will find many insights in this volume worth pondering. They might wish for a better integration of the variety of materials that scholars of these subjects consult.
Today, as the world marks International Literacy Day, designated as such by Unesco in 1966, it is worth pondering how, let alone achieving education for all, mankind is not even near the underpinning requirement of universal literacy.
Furthermore, he has medical background and to what extent he becomes able to generate massive revenue of eight billion rupees, which Imran Khan has claimed, will be worth pondering. He has also been Ambassador to France in Asif Ali Zardari's government.
It's a question worth pondering now that the shrieking accusations of its loudest bad-faith critics have been dispelled.
Against these political backdrops, it's worth pondering and asking ourselves how are we as voters preparing ourselves when we go to the poll?
"And it is worth pondering whether this is a president who is going to break with 25-30 years of tradition in not interfering in Fed policy deliberations going forward."
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.
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.