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Worry

1. See: Risk.

2. See: Going concern.
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'Fake and poor quality medicine is worryingly spreading across the region and the globe, especially drugs advertised online without identifying a clear source and proper registration,' Banh said.
Most worryingly, 1 in 10 homeowners said they would not evacuate at all.
RSPCA inspector Kia Thomas said: "Poor Keano had horrendous skin problems, and was worryingly underweight.
Centre manager Victoria Williams said: "Last year the centre rehomed nearly 300 cats, but the number we currently have for adoption is worryingly high.
The atmosphere is worryingly similar to previous intifadas, with an increasingly tense social climate, and a belligerent Israeli government that appears to have forgotten any commitment to the peace process or international law.
She said: "Although our five a day message is well established, worryingly 70 per She said: "Although our five a day message is well established, worryingly 70 per cent of adults are still not meeting this target."
It may surprise you to know that Switzerand go into the competition ranked as the eighth best side in the world and hope to at least match their best performance of reaching the Quarter Finals, which for some is worryingly optimistic!
Equally worryingly, of 1,000 parents questioned, 11 per cent admitted they only ate with their children once a month.
JOB prospects vary in different parts of the UK, with worryingly high disparities in employment prospects across regions, according to a Government minister.
Peter Shorrick, regional manager for Diabetes UK, said: "We estimate there are 850,000 people in the UK who are at risk of developing the condition, but worryingly, there are around 5,300 people in Coventry alone that have Type 2 diabetes but have no idea they do."
Considering it was established and continued to run by Zionist settlers, Haaretz are worryingly placing themselves under the auspices of a "liberal" paper and furthermore, as stated by Haaretz, plays an important role in shaping public opinion.