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deliberation

Meaning: en
n. careful consideration; discussion, formal consultation
After much deliberation, Kelly decided to purchase the venetian blind instead of the persian blind.
The deliberations took three days.
Jury deliberations will begin Monday.
On the inquest it was shown that Buck Fanshaw, in the delirium of a wasting typhoid fever, had taken arsenic, shot himself through the body, cut his throat, and jumped out of a four-story window and broken his neck—and after due deliberation, the jury, sad and tearful, but with intelligence unblinded by its sorrow, brought in a verdict of death "by the visitation of God." What could the world do without juries?
Factional in-fighting threw a monkey wrench into the deliberations.
After receiving instructions from the judge, the jurors retired to the jury room to begin deliberations.
Deliberations will continue Monday.
After careful deliberation, the developers decided to use CryENGINE for their upcoming game.
Actions are successfully achieved with deliberation but ruined by carelessness.
I have come to salute the United Nations and to show the support of the American people for your daily deliberations.
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