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That's because federal bank regulators have remained worrisomely silent on the issue of banking mari juana money.
From that spot we managed to follow a worrisomely thin blood trail for approximately 100 yards through the grass to the other edge of the field, where there's a wooded escarpment.
Prior to these expansions, ABB and SPX together supplied perhaps 5 to 10 percent of the big transformers sold in the United States; virtually all the others were built overseas--which some saw as a worrisomely high dependence on imports for a vital sector of the U.
And it was exciting hearing the praise of the food, as well as the critiques--our salad plates were too large and made the amount of salad look worrisomely small.
Nearly half the students in the classes were athletes, the report found, often deliberately steered there by academic counselors to bolster their worrisomely low grade-point averages and to allow them to continue playing on North Carolina's teams.
Wittingly or unwittingly, the political foes have worrisomely ratcheted up their disputation to such an alarming pitch that it could blow up into such a disastrous turbulence, which once it breaks out spins out of its protagonists' control.
There are still a few countries with worrisomely large surpluses and deficits.
Instead, and worrisomely, Smith relies rather heavily on a small number of secondhand treatments of postwar German renewal.
Simply stated, it is admirably long on social justice and worrisomely short on important efficiency and economy dimensions.
I am not claiming that yesterday's marches were nothing but propaganda, but I am pointing out how many of those who participated were under the influence of a collective infatuation that certainly found its supporting means and started to grow worrisomely.
Similarly, more care might have been taken with minor but irritating problems in diction: "less" where "fewer" is appropriate (7), "deducted" where "deduced" was intended (323), "exhaustive" for "exhausting" (98), "comprised" for "composed" (254), and, more worrisomely, "doxologicar" where "doctrinal" seems required by context (e.
We can perhaps surmise an anxiety on More's part about his own knowing society, too complacent, perhaps, about their own knowledge and what it could lead them to do or, just as worrisomely, fail to do.