Example sentences of "may be considered to be [adj] " in BNC.Next page
|Since neither House can by its own declaration create a new privilege , privilege may be considered to be capable of being ascertained and thus judicially known to the courts .
|There is no cut-off point above which ‘ churning ’ may be considered to be unacceptable , so clients have to watch their portfolios carefully .
|This account of the functioning of the family in modern industrial society may be considered to be defective in a variety of respects .
|The gyroscopes associated with Artifical Horizons are subject to errors both in turns and during fore-and-aft acceleration , but for all practical purposes may be considered to be unaffected by the normal manoeuvres experienced in airline operations .
|Time and resources spent on music , therefore , may be considered to be disproportionate to its importance in the life of the community .
|Even drinking in a public bar may be considered to be solitary if the principal reason for doing so is the consumption of alcohol rather than for specific social contact .
|In effect , since energy is the capacity for doing work , all energy may be considered to be stored energy .