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Not surprisingly, public health advocacy is unpopular in some quarters, notably in governments and corporations but also, troublingly, among leaders in some health authorities.
Most troublingly, they flouted multiple court orders.
New Zealand's innings had begun inauspiciously, even troublingly, as Martin Guptill fell to a first-ball duck, regular dangerman Brendon McCullum went for 25 and Kane Williamson and Ross Taylor also departed cheaply.
Instead he opted to take the path of most resistance and give a supremely gifted but troublingly unprofessional player a chance to cause him problems from afar.
2 billion dollars pledged in aid since 2011, the lives of Yemenis remain troublingly fray.
More troublingly, why do around 90 percent of the Israeli people support the government's repeat war policy, making this a mass feature of Zionism in Zion, rather than the freak aberration of a few extremists in power?
Troublingly, that is likely to be the case on UAE supermarket shelves as well, he says.
25) Most troublingly, in 2009, the Roberts Court extended that immunity to nongovernment speech that it said the government had adopted.
Most troublingly, she asserts that PME be benchmarked against "liberal education.
That's the acronym, in Arabic, for Al-Qaeda's Syria branch, the Islamic State of Iraq and Greater Syria (ISIS) which now controls large swathes of Syrian territory on Turkey's doorstep and more troublingly, appears to be starting to extend its influence inside Turkey itself.
More troublingly, observers warn that if the problem escalates there could be a gradual exodus of foreign companies that have set up offices or regional headquarters in Singapore.