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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdeliberationde‧lib‧e‧ra‧tion /dɪˌlɪbəˈreɪʃən/ noun  1 [countable, uncountable]THINK ABOUT careful consideration or discussion of something After much deliberation, first prize was awarded to Derek Murray.deliberation of the deliberations of committee meetings2 [uncountable]SLOW formal if you speak or move with deliberation, you speak or move slowly and carefully
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deliberationConsider a consumer who is currently active in the information search and deliberation process for a new automobile.Barring an emergency, the jurors will not be sequestered until they begin deliberations.One argument is that two legislative houses ensure more careful deliberation on issues and laws.However, it is a very important issue whose educational implications require considerable deliberation.Council deliberations on the budget are slated for June 25,26,27 and 30.The council concluded its deliberations on Monday.Its deliberations were published in two volumes by the University of Chicago Press, and subsequently reprinted several times.There is a sense of all rational control or deliberation seeping away or being under much less deliberative control.They are still in the process of their deliberation on that aspect.After much deliberationAfter much deliberation , Diana decided to resign.
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