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to use the powers of the mind, as in conceiving ideas, drawing inferences, and making judgments

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Gregg Wallace and John Torode are back, and despite some awkward pauses while they deliberated, cogitated and digested (to use the phrase of former host Lloyd Grossman), it appears that this episode was the last of the auditions, and next week we go back to normal.
Speakers, including many political leaders and thinkers (not necessarily academics but writers, commentators, analysts) were usually outstanding public speakers who had cogitated deeply on their topics and spent days, if not months, fine-tuning their addresses.
Fair play, Masterchef has come a long way from the days when Loyd Grossman cogitated, deliberated and occasionally regurgitated on a Sunday afternoon in a dimly lit studio.
Results: The caustic outsider's arguments are entirely ignored, such that no logical counterarguments need even be cogitated, let alone presented.
Despite cogitating (Loyd Grossman taught me that word on Masterchef several years ago - "we've deliberated, cogitated and digested.
Celebrity chef Paul Heathcote has cogitated over the emotive issue of hospital food to design a menu of cordon bleu meals for BMI Priory Hospital, in Edgbaston.
On which TV show did Loyd Grossman say "We've deliberated, cogitated and digested"?
Here's her latest diary entry: "The `wedding colour scheme' is something that has been deliberated, cogitated and digested since the moment the question was popped.
More than 3000 punters' nominations were duly received, sifted and cogitated upon over a delicate glass or two of sherry, supped in the comfort of some tightly-stuffed leather wing chairs, by the radical new establishment.