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Worry

1. See: Risk.

2. See: Going concern.
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Kolkata, February 6 (ANI): India's Atomic Energy Commission Chairman Anil Kakodkar asserted that India need not to worry about Pakistan constructing nuclear reactors with foreign help as the Indian nuclear reactors are far more advanced than those of Pakistan.
Employment and welfare ministers admit they are tackling the issue and providing opportunities for all, but unfortunately over the last few years things have been slipping out of control, though not to worry the gap will remain as it is for the foreseeable future.
"We need not to worry so much about the loudmouths," the former Conservative cabinet member and current Lord Douglas Hurd told reporters, sounding very much like an American, "as about the quiet acts of subversion and training by dangerous people, up and down the country, who on the whole keep their mouths shut."
The instructions said "not to worry about vibrato, for that go to a professional;" however, many untrained singers have a natural vibrato, and it would be a nice refinement if the software could accommodate it more accurately.
Not to worry. The reviews coming in are generating some big smiles at Chicago Soydairy.
It turns out there was a staff member, ironically an IT teacher, who would take colleagues aside and tell them not to worry about the laptops or the silly talk of innovation.
Not to worry: Rachel Moore is in charge now, and she is scarcely a corporate honcho-for-hire type.
Not to worry, says Gary Glatzmaier, an earth scientist at the University of California.
Now I try not to worry about having perfect grades or being the fastest athlete.
But not to worry, the group has a plan to fix that: take away the right of the courts to bear those cases in the first place.
(Not to worry, there are many other effective targets on a child's anatomy; call the bureau for a helpful, color pamphlet.)