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People are coming to banks for getting new currency notes but return back in desperation after failing to get some while cashiers of banks are also troubled by public's over whelmed demand.
Speaking on the occasion, Dr Shahnaz said, "l am overA[degrees] whelmed by the response of the volunteers who came today and donated blood.
Die-hard fans will fall in love with this game all over again, while those of us who weren't bothered either way will be under whelmed The biggest disappointment was the fact the original's multiplayer sub-games were missing - I really enjoyed those.
Shireen said that she was over whelmed when the clip was aired and was glad to circumvent the restrictions imposed by 'Rotana' that stipulate clips by artists under their label are aired exclusively on 'Rotana' music channels.
Unleashing the Power of Parental Love" is a top pick that should not be ignored by over whelmed parents.
The only thing wrong with this book is that the amount of knowledge transmitted is so great that the listener might be over, whelmed at times.
Basketball Shot Clock -- During the 1950 NBA season the Fort Wayne Pistons beat the Minneapolis Lakers 19-18; for some reason fans under whelmed.
The mainstream media, both print and electronic, is controlled by the same big-money monopolies working hand-in-glove with the government, resulting in a public over, whelmed by trivia and dangerously uninformed about the issues that affect them most.
Fran said: "For the first time in over 25 years we are completely over whelmed.
SIR - I'm really under whelmed by the debate between Neil Crumpton of Friends of the Earth and respected retired research scientist, Dr John Etherington, over the claimed outputs of the Moel Maelogan wind turbines.
ENGLAND'S hopes of salvaging some pride from the final two Tests of the Ashes series were brought into perspective yesterday after Australia's second XI over- whelmed them at the Bellerive Oval in Hobart, Tasmania, writes Adrian Humphries.