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Ilya Samsonov, who shares a page with fellow goalie and offseason acquisition Henrik Lundqvist, is pictured fishing — and possibly pondering the meaning of life — near his home in Virginia.
The NBA pondered that approach, but it wasn’t a television ratings hit to stage a summer playoff that spilled into the start of the NFL season.
Inspired by life in semi-lockdown, the artist’s recent work ponders — and transforms — the mundane and the domestic.
The nation’s collective November malaise has caused many to ponder whether there’s a better way to do this thing.
In the past several months, selective K-12 schools across the country have begun pondering how to improve diversity, stirring controversy and strong feelings among residents.
In our first episode, we pondered the plight of restaurants in a time when crowding indoors isn’t possible.
Time and space to reflect, ponder, collect thoughts—these dramatically raise the quality of dialogue and decisions.
You’re known for clearing time on your calendar for “Think Weeks,” where you hole up in a cabin, read books, and ponder the world.
After pondering over Mr. Blackbird's speech for a few moments he raised his head.
THE TALE OF GRANDFATHER MOLEARTHUR SCOTT BAILEY
On this balcony, which stretched along the whole range of first-floor bedrooms, he stood for a while, pondering deeply.

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