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think over

Definitions

  • TO THINK IT OVER SHE WENT INTO THE WOOD
    TO THINK IT OVER SHE WENT INTO THE WOOD
  • WordNet 3.6
    • v think over reflect deeply on a subject "I mulled over the events of the afternoon","philosophers have speculated on the question of God for thousands of years","The scientist must stop to observe and start to excogitate"
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Additional illustrations & photos:

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When I come to think the matter over in cold blood When I come to think the matter over in cold blood

Quotations

  • George Macdonald
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    “When we are out of sympathy with the young, then I think our work in this world is over.”
  • Confucius
    Confucius
    “Acquire new knowledge whilst thinking over the old, and you may become a teacher of others.”
  • Source Unknown
    Source Unknown
    “Don't worry over what other people are thinking about you. They're too busy worrying over what you are thinking about them.”
  • Henry David Thoreau
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    “We live thick and are in each other's way, and stumble over one another, and I think we thus lose some respect for one another.”
  • Robert Browning
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    “That's the wise thrush; he sings each song twice over, lest you should think he never could recapture the first fine careless rapture!”
  • Seneca
    Seneca
    “When I think over what I have said, I envy dumb people.”

Usage

In literature:

I talked with a wise man in the wood this morning; I've been thinking over what he said.
"Second Plays" by A. A. Milne
I don't think any water came over him; but give him dry clothes if he is wet at all.
"Macleod of Dare" by William Black
I have that to think over, and that is against the scheme, Susy Hopkins.
"The Rebel of the School" by Mrs. L. T. Meade
Man, it's a bigger job than you think, and you've got to have the know-how and the nerve before you can put it over.
"Slippy McGee, Sometimes Known as the Butterfly Man" by Marie Conway Oemler
When I had finished my letters I still sat on gazing into the bright caverns of coal, and thinking over Susan Locke's history.
"Uncle Max" by Rosa Nouchette Carey
Don't you think I had better turn him over to the police?
"Madge Morton, Captain of the Merry Maid" by Amy D. V. Chalmers
She was thinking of Will when she rode in to the rancho and turned her horse over to Miguel.
"Sundown Slim" by Henry Hubert Knibbs
I returned to Box Springs at a slow jog trot, thinking things over.
"The Killer" by Stewart Edward White
It's a gamble; I've got to think it over first.
"Skyrider" by B. M. Bower
Gussie entered at this moment and Dexie escaped to her room, but Guy did not think his case quite hopeless as he walked home, thinking it over.
"Miss Dexie" by Stanford Eveleth
She lay on her bough bed near the door, where she remained wide awake, thinking over the occurrences of the past few days.
"The Meadow-Brook Girls by the Sea" by Janet Aldridge
There was much for her to think over.
"Sunrise" by William Black
I had little enough to think over, for the few words spoken in the cellar had furnished no clew.
"Gordon Craig" by Randall Parrish
Richard's feelings were not to be envied, as he lay awake that night, thinking over what had taken place in the morning.
"With Wolfe in Canada" by G. A. Henty
Since thinking over the matter further I am more positive of it than ever.
"The Meadow-Brook Girls in the Hills" by Janet Aldridge
If you're to pull your horse up at every fence till somebody else is over, I think you'd better come out on a donkey.
"Phineas Finn" by Anthony Trollope
He lay awake half the night thinking over this piece of not unexpected news.
"From the Housetops" by George Barr McCutcheon
Now, you must think over what your food and hers will cost, and the rent.
"With Kitchener in the Soudan" by G. A. Henty
I'll tell you what I'll do, Mr. Dockwrath; I'll think over this matter in quiet, and then I'll come up to town.
"Orley Farm" by Anthony Trollope
He wanted to gain time; he wanted to think over very carefully what he should say and what he could conceal.
"The Goose Man" by Jacob Wassermann
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In poetry:

Evermore of you I think,
When the leaves begin to fall,
Where our river breaks its brink,
And a rest is over all.
"Araluen" by Henry Kendall
"Think it over as you stand,
For I tell you without fail,
If you haven't got into Fairyland
You're not in Lewes Gaol."
"The Ballad of Minepit Shaw" by Rudyard Kipling
Then do not in this night of grief
This time of over whelming fear
O do not think that God can leave
Forget, forsake, refuse to hear!
"Far, Far Away Is Mirth Withdrawn" by Emily Jane Bronte
Yet think not, love, that at my death,
My spirit from thee will part ;—
I still will guard and watch over thee,
Tho' thou hast broken my heart.
"The Maniac" by Mary Anne Browne
When the mad storm roars till the stoutest fear
And the thunders roll over the sea,
I think of you, Mary and mother dear,
For I know you are thinking of me.
"Sailor-Boy's Song" by Hanford Lennox Gordon
You think that you are free and have given over your sighing,
You think that from my coldness your love has flown away:
But mine are the hands you shall dream that your own are holding,
And mine is the face you shall look for when you are dying.
"Bound" by Aline Murray Kilmer

In news:

You know how sometimes you get into a high-stakes conversation and you think of the perfect things to say after it's over.
She was just a passenger in the vehicle the officer had pulled over one evening in late February and probably did not think she was doing anything illegal.
Crazy as it is, the movie is one of my all time favorites-just think about it-reliving one day over and over again.
Both Democratic and Republican conventions are over, it is time to serious start thinking about who will become the next President of the United States of America.
"I don't think you have to deal at all with the politics of it," Steven Bochco told Reuters about Over There, the first drama series to take on the Iraq war.
0 D uring Hurricane Katrina, I often found myself thinking that at least after an earthquake's over, you're dry.
If the Brooklyn Bridge seemed unusually wobbly as you drove over it July 20, especially at one end, I think I can explain.
In a less than scientific survey with a few young and enthusiastic Obama supporters, I think I understood one key to his appeal to younger voters (those under the age of 40), who chose Obama over Clinton in New Jersey.
It was the victory of the future over the past, of political reality over magical thinking.
Do you think part of the problem with our draft strategy over the last 5+ years is this idea of getting 'playmakers'.
Which Obama "crony capitalist" were you thinking of while you were doubled over with laughter after reading that.
A comment on an earlier post made me think about the ways in which the meaning of the term " socialized medicine" has changed over the years.
Jean Miller sent this over and I think it reflects a really nice perspective from a DSP's family.
When northern Michigan deer hunters choose a football game over hunting, you might think football has found religion.
If Prince Harry thinks the worst of his Las Vegas drama is over, he's got another think coming, a new report claims.
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In science:

So far we are only thinking of Gq /P as a non-commutative complex pro jective variety, Pro jnc(S [Gq /P ]) where S [Gq /P ] is thought of as holomorphic polynomial functions on the “punctured cone” over Gq /P, i.e., the non-commutative space X − {0} in §7.1.
Noncommutative complex differential geometry
Let DNFn,s denote the class of all s-term DNF formulas over n Boolean variables (which for convenience we think of as 0/1 variables).
Inverse problems in approximate uniform generation
Let P (Φm ) be the (m − 1)-dimensional projective space over Φ, where we think of P (Φm ) as the set of all one-dimensional subspaces of Φm .
Galois theory on the line in nonzero characteristic
One might think that the situation considered in this example is too simple to test the validity of the modification of SC, since we have only one surface in the sum over lattice surfaces here.
A String Project in Multicolour QCD
We can think of the Lascar strong type over A as simply the specification of an orbit under AutfA (C ).
A note on Lascar strong types in simple theories
V -bundles and Seifert fibrations In this paper, as in [FS] or [MOY], we will think of Seifert manifolds as sphere bundles determined by complex line V -bundles over Riemann V -surfaces.
Finite energy Seiberg-Witten moduli spaces on 4-manifolds bounding Seifert fibrations
We may think of it as the Ω which already exists for each short type IIB string (i.e., it acts on one eigenvalue) combined with a permutation of n eigenvalues Sn in such a way as to define Ωn, the exchange of left and right–moving parts of the length n string which is periodic over 0 < σ ≤ 2nπ .
On Second-Quantized Open Superstring Theory
Roughly speaking, one may think of this as the square of the amplitude in eq.(6), but instead of an explicit vector meson wavefunction appearing completeness in the sum over all possible produced states is used.
The dipole picture of small x physics (a summary of the Amirim meeting)
Here troubles come because a realistic model requires so many improvements over the minimal versions that one could think that the beautiful idea of Grand Unification is actually not realizable.
The problem of neutrino masses in extensions of the Standard Model
What is the significance of the ‘naive’ geometry (like (1.1)) that we can write down as a solution of the classical field equations? It is tempting to think that this could be some kind of an ‘average’ over the microstate geometries.
The quantum structure of black holes
There has been quite an evolution in our thinking about these sources over the past decade.
(Sort of) Testing relativity with extreme mass ratio inspirals
JR] I just wanted to second that. I think that at the moment, suggesting exciting analyses might actually still have an influence, for the very reason that many people who have worked very hard on building the detector are moving into physics at this moment, and we can have influence over [the choices that they make].
The future of charm physics: a discussion
If we think of ‘the number of connected components’ as a measure, then (∗) is a repeated integral taken over certain fibres, and it is exactly the variation of the fibres which contributes to the interesting structure of the Hasse-Herbrand function.
Fubini's theorem and non-linear change of variables over a two-dimensional local field
The main idea in our algorithm is to think of the noncommuting monomials over the xi as words and to design finite automata that allow us to disting uish between different words.
New results on Noncommutative and Commutative Polynomial Identity Testing
Thinking along the lines of the discussion above of species 25, one could consider the distribution over the plane of one half of the subtype-26e lattice unit, the half with the even b dimension divided.
Isonemal Prefabrics with Perpendicular Axes of Symmetry
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