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According to the report, Queensland Police also said that 'it is important that members of the public are not alarmed and understand that such communications are distributed on mass and are not specifically targeting the individual.
He asked Farming Minister Lord Henley: "Are you not alarmed by the number of sales by county councils of valuable land and farm tenancies thereby depriving new entrants coming into the farm industry - many of them brimming with new ideas for innovation in the farm industry?
He hoped that the new cabinet will form soon, and was not alarmed about the duration it has taken thus far to form, since cabinet-deliberations were still occuring within a reasonable time-frame.
The FIA claims there are alternative cost-cutting answers and are not alarmed by the threat of Ferrari and Toyota to leave the sport if standard engines are introduced from 2010.
The FIA claims there are alternative cost-cutting answers and are not alarmed by the threat of both Ferrari and Toyota to leave Formula One if standard engines are introduce.
Alan Nevin, the association's chief economist, is not alarmed by the current inventory levels even though that's how the years-long residential real estate slump started in the early 1990s.
Archbishop Andrew Hutchison, primate of the Anglican Church of Canada, said that he is not alarmed about the decision by Essentials to form a network and federation which would provide alternative episcopal oversight to disaffected conservative parishes and embrace parishes that have declared impaired communion either with their diocese or the national church.
The intruders got on the roof, took a window and its frame out, and got in the building, which was not alarmed.