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It seems trivial that the term "ruminate endosperm" makes sense only if endosperm is present at all.
Researchers have asked people to report their tendency to ruminate, and then looked to see if it connected to physiological issues.
All of us, at times, ruminate or brood on a problem in order to make the best possible decision in a complex situation.
The master apologist did not ruminate about himself overmuch.
People ruminate on their own, of course, but mental potential surges most forcefully-for better and for worse-when we coalesce into groups of various kinds and sizes.
During the course of their letters, the two writers commiserate over doomed love affairs, compete to produce the most misery-soaked Genet quote, and ruminate on public sex, Zeeland's scarily close connection to Andrew Cunanan, and a shared thesis that gay life is often a lot more hassle than it's worth.
Between spoonfuls of leek-and-potato soup she spoke of an ambition to take her career to "another level," a plateau that would appear to involve a Sonny & Cher-style television variety show, on which Bernhard would appear in confections whipped up by her many designer friends, ruminate in her singular comedic way, and entertain a series of "surprise" guests.
This collection includes works by offenders--looking deeper inside themselves than they have before; lawyers, who ruminate on alternatives to the death sentence; journalists who describe the death chamber and the event itself; and families of the victims and the executed, who discuss their experiences.
Essays ruminate on his Southern experiences, his Valley of the Shadow Project, interpretations of the war, what caused it, and the failure of the Reconstruction, concluding with an essay in memory of C.
In Not Everything Was Better in the Past, Greenall ruminates on realising he has become "vintage".
The poem escalates into the girls being pelted with gravel and salt, and finally ruminates on the similarities between the park's "protectors" and sinister events that were happening simultaneously across the ocean in Germany.
"I'm born on Christmas Day so it was inevitable that I'd come up with a Christmas song about Christmas babies and what a raw deal we get, especially from friends who usually forget," she ruminates. "I've also decided to give 10p from each sale to the NSPCC."
During Tehran's 2009 post-election mayhem, she told me, "I was just in front of my computer, crying day in and day out." In our chat at motherjones.com/marjane-satrapi, she ruminates on the idiocy of dictators and GOP hawks, Janet Jackson's "cute" nipple, and why Barman is hot.
Her series ruminates about newspapers, particle relationships and the information age.
In it, 18-year-old bisexual Helen is hospitalized after a shaving accident, and while there she ruminates on her body and its exploits in graphic and unsettling ways.