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consideration,

n a valued commodity exchanged between two parties in a legal agreement with one another, such as money, services, and so forth.

consideration,

n inducement to make a contract. It may be a benefit to the promisor or a loss or detriment to the promisee. Consideration must be regarded as such by both parties.

consideration

the essential element in all contracts; the return for the outlay. Wages, leave entitlements are considerations in a contract of appointment, even though many of them are unwritten. The provision of housing as part of an employment package is a consideration. The fee for surgery is the consideration in return for the surgery.

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Q. As a senior citizen, I am having trouble finding a "good" doctor, kind and considerate. How do I find one? I have asked friends, but their doctors are not taking new clients. The hospital gave me the name of a tyrant, who will not follow DoD's orders for prescriptions to be filled. She treats me like an imbecile. I am struggling to find a new doctor, kind and understanding, who listens to their patients. There don't seem to be any in Reno anymore.

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But indeed, while Elinor remained so well assured within herself of being really beloved by Edward, it required no other consideration of probabilities to make it natural that Lucy should be jealous; and that she was so, her very confidence was a proof.
Has it not, on the contrary, invariably been found that momentary passions, and immediate interest, have a more active and imperious control over human conduct than general or remote considerations of policy, utility or justice?
It is well worthy of consideration therefore, whether it would conduce more to the interest of the people of America that they should, to all general purposes, be one nation, under one federal government, or that they should divide themselves into separate confederacies, and give to the head of each the same kind of powers which they are advised to place in one national government.
It is only to be lamented that any of her citizens should wish to deprive her of the additional merit of displaying its full efficacy in the establishment of the comprehensive system now under her consideration.
Having settled this Point to our satisfaction, the next we took into consideration was, to determine in what manner we should inform M'Kenrie of the favourable Opinion Janetta entertained of him.
After courting you from the protection of real friends to this -- almost double distance from your home, to have you driven out of the house, without the considerations even of decent civility
I can't help that," the Man of Principle replied, with that lofty scorn of practical considerations distinguishing his species.
She knew that he said that simply to show that family considerations could not prevent him from expressing his genuine opinion.
I have put these considerations to you, my dear Sir, very feebly and imperfectly, but I ask you to think of them.
The Colonel reproached his daughter for her lack of filial kindness and respect, her want of sisterly affection and womanly consideration.
Truly it had been but the work of a moment, and there was only one consideration which prevented my following this now-I-call-that-heroic course.
He furthermore proposed, that they should give up to M'Tavish, for a proper consideration, the post on the Spokan, and all its dependencies, as they had not sufficient goods on hand to supply that post themselves, and to keep up a competition with the Northwest Company in the trade with the neighboring Indians.