Concerned Related Quotes



“We're not a team that's concerned about trying to sneak into the fourth position for the playoffs. We want to be in there, be first, and have home-field advantage. Those are goals of ours. The concern is not really who's behind us, or who we are tied with, but who's ahead of us.”

Chris Klein


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“It's really about liberty. I'm very concerned about a growing intolerance and bossiness throughout society. Pubs are not health clubs.”

David Hockney


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“We are not concerned about innovation shifting from the U.S. I still believe that the U.S. still has capabilities for innovation.”

Craig Mundie


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“The commission was concerned about the working relationship between myself and Judge Castillo when I served as presiding judge in 2003. I regret that despite my apology to that judge and my efforts to restore a working relationship he chose to file a complaint,”

Paul Simon


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“That was a closer match than score indicated. It was 27-26 as far as I'm concerned.”

Rob Bowman


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“We are deeply concerned about those who have been required to return from the borders back into Kosovo and about whom we cannot find first-hand information, ... That was a cause of really grave concern.”

Mary Robinson


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“The average Joe should be just as concerned about embezzlement, even more so, because it's so easy to do. All you have to do is be trustworthy to do it.”

Peter Henning


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“As far as players are concerned, they are entertainers. You look at the top entertainers, whether they are pop stars or actors, and salaries are relative. I think people are getting more realistic, and that has been reflected in the financial results of the clubs.”

Phil Gartside


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“As far as the district is concerned, we are no longer pursuing the project. If another agency wants to pick up the project and do it on its own, that's their choice.”

Hector Herrera


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“Dana is struggling to obtain secured bank financing and a bank deal may not materialize. We remain concerned that Dana will be unable to overcome weak demand outlooks.”

Rod Lache


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