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Scientists have pondered how long energy-starved seafloor microbes might survive.
The previous week, researchers pondered whether another highly unusual set of circumstances might be in the offing.
Scientists have pondered how long energy-starved microbes might survive within the seafloor.
Angela and Stephen ponder why we haven’t collectively learned to deal with the stress that comes from uncertainty.
In it, they ponder how modern techniques could be used to build mythical creatures, including unicorns.
Lady Engleton seemed to ponder somewhat seriously, as she stood looking down at the grave beside her.
We may imagine that she has had time to ponder those cynical maxims of Bellapert on the natural course of romance.
THE FATAL DOWRYPHILIP MASSINGER
I will first ponder over this difficult matter, and thereafter give thee an answer.
But a man cannot afford to ponder such problems in feminine psychology too closely if he has anything else to do!
THE IDYL OF TWIN FIRESWALTER PRICHARD EATON

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