bear in mind bear in mind

Definition(s):

  • (v) keep in mind

Usage(s):

  1. Laura Kleinhenz for PTI And before you claim, whether single or married, that you never flirt, bear in mind that it's not just talk we're dealing with here.
  2. But as we chart the datapoints leading to significant Republicans gains in 2010, we have to bear in mind the data that point the opposite direction.
  3. Finally, bear in mind that great financial advisers often have as many clients as they can handle and may be willing to take you on only if you seem like a good match.

News

  1. Someone's gotta cook all those hot dogs!

    When watching the Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest , bear in mind that someone had to cook all those dogs. Top contender Joey Chestnut reminded us of such with a tweet:
    on July 4, 2013     Source: Philly.com

  2. Leading and Succeeding When Every Eye Is on You

    By Jay Hooley, State Street chairman, president and chief executive NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- On the precipice of the three-year anniversary of Dodd-Frank and amid Senate discussions around weakening some of its reforms, it's important to bear in mind that every financial shock is followed by a period of finger pointing, hand wringing, chest thumping and hindsight. But when you are a leader whose ...
    on July 4, 2013     Source: TheStreet.com

  3. Dream Summer Signing For Every Premier League Club Before the Season Starts

    Unrestricted by the normal bounds of reality, every Premier League club has a vision of their ideal summer signing, but perhaps lacks the means to necessarily make it happen. Here, we'll take a look at who each club from the English top flight might hope to sign if they had free reign over matters. Bear in mind, however, that this list does still take a decent measure of realism into account in ...
    on July 4, 2013     Source: Bleacher Report

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