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concern

(Business establishment), noun business, company, corporation, establishment, firm, house, organization
Associated concepts: partnership, proprietorship

concern

(Interest), noun anxiety, attention, care, consequence, consideration, disquietude, regard, solicitude, sollicitudo, uneasiness, worry

concern

(Care), verb administer to, attend, attend to, be mindful, be vigilant, be watchful, check, consider, curare, devote oneself to, direct the attention to, examine intently, foster, give attention, give one's attention, keep, look after, mind, minister to, pay attention to, regard, safeguard, take care of, take into consideration, take note of, tend, watch

concern

(Involve), verb absorb, affect, appertain to, apply, attinere, be a factor, be applicable to, be interdeeendent with, be involved, be one of, be pertinent to, be related to, be relevant, deal with, embody, embrace, entail, have a bearing on, have a connection, have a reference, have a relation, have interrelationship with, immerse, influence, interest, pertain to, pertinere, refer to, relate to, respect, stand in relation, versari in re
Associated concepts: concerned in interest, concerning a matter of law, general state concern, local concern
See also: affair, affinity, agitate, appertain, apply, apprehension, business, calling, care, caution, charge, company, consideration, corporation, custody, devote, diligence, discretion, enterprise, fear, firm, house, importance, institute, interest, magnitude, market, matter, misgiving, mission, object, occupation, part, pertain, perturb, position, profession, prudence, pursuit, purview, qualm, refer, regard, relate, relevance, remorse, role, scruple, significance, store, subject, trade, undertaking
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The levels of concern on these personal issues were mostly unchanged except for the concern about schooling, which declined seven points from 48 percent in 2015 to 41 percent in 2016 and the concern on being a victim of crime which increased eight points from 30 percent to 38 percent.
5 April 2013 - According to California-based software firm QuestSoft's fifth annual compliance survey the 2013 top compliance concerns for lenders stem from America's Consumer Financial Protection Bureau mandates including the combined Truth in Lending Disclosure and Good Faith Estimate disclosure form, as well as other CFPB-related rulemakings.
Although lesser concerns, online bullying is much more likely to be a concern for parents of girls (38 percent) than for parents of boys (24 percent), and playing online games is more a concern for parents of boys (42 percent) than for parents of girls (28 percent).
3 : something that relates to or involves a person : affair <This is not your concern.
Though the concomitant societal effects of Plan B's availability shouldn't be a concern of the FDA it should be a concern to society at large, including Humanists.
Counseling concerns of highly able students may reflect characteristics associated with giftedness.
As you lay out the facts you can eventually share why these facts concern you, but you'll do so in a way that allows you to check your judgments out with the other parties rather than communicate them as accusations.
Given that students rated drug concern as the second most significant counseling need, calls for an urgent attention, as it is obvious or can be related to other unwarranted behaviour in schools, like violent actions by the students, maiming and killings.
To date, no ethical concern has been referred to our committee, and "no business" for the ECC is a very good problem to have
Although it was not a public document, the NYPD report was revealed to contain security concerns regarding the tower's 25-foot proximity to West Street and lack of structural reinforcement on the lower floors.
He suggested, however, that the level of detail required in Parts 3 and 4 of the Schedule M-3 has caused some concern.