(1) 211 Austrian industrial workers and their families in Warri, Nigeria, participated in this study; 101 received Fansimef and 110 chloroquine for 3-18 months (mean 41 weeks).
(2) One of those paid by Clark was Niall Warry, Ukip's former office manager in its Birmingham headquarters, who received around £10,000 for six months' work.
(3) I knew I was being paid by Clark, but I was not aware then that it was against the rules," said Warry, who has since left the party.
(4) As one of her own Downing Street policy unit, Peter Warry, pointed out, the problem with that was when “the opposition hear the true story they are bound to say it is unbelievable”.
(5) And earlier this month, Nigeria, also English-speaking, said it planned to develop a railway from the southern port of Warri to northern Nigeria, and Niger.
(v. t.) To harass by pursuit and barking; to attack repeatedly; also, to tear or mangle with the teeth.
(v. t.) To harass or beset with importunity, or with care an anxiety; to vex; to annoy; to torment; to tease; to fret; to trouble; to plague.
(v. t.) To harass with labor; to fatigue.
(v. i.) To feel or express undue care and anxiety; to manifest disquietude or pain; to be fretful; to chafe; as, the child worries; the horse worries.
(n.) A state of undue solicitude; a state of disturbance from care and anxiety; vexation; anxiety; fret; as, to be in a worry.
(1) But the position of locum GPs remains worryingly unsure.
(2) I know I have the courage to deal with all the sniping but you worry about the effects on your family."
(3) If Lagarde had been placed under formal investigation in the Tapie case, it would have risked weakening her position and further embarrassing both the IMF and France by heaping more judicial worries on a key figure on the international stage.
(4) In Paris, a foreign ministry spokesman, Romain Nadal, said the French authorities were “fully mobilised to help Serge Atlaoui, whose situation remains very worrying”.
(5) Amid all of the worry about her health, the difficult decisions around the surgery, and how to explain everything to the children, the practicalities of postponing the holiday was a relatively minor consideration.
(6) The secrecy worries me if those decisions are being made without giving us the ability to hold them to account,” says Conservative London Assembly member Andrew Boff.
(7) At the People’s Question Time in Pendle, an elderly man called Roland makes a short, powerful speech about the sacrifices made for the right to vote and says he’s worried for the future of the NHS.
(8) Wimbledon said the world No1 Williams had been suffering from a viral illness and it was a sad and bizarre end to the American’s tournament, not to mention a worrying sight, seeing her hardly able to play.
(9) The only explanation he can come up with is that Cameron is worried about his legacy.
(10) There is no doubt about it that there are authorities that have a greater need for public health money than ourselves, but Surrey still has issues and worries about certain social factors within public health," he said.
(11) Davies, who worked closely with AHTSYL's producers to ensure an accurate picture, worries that some medical stories are sold solely as "emotional journeys".
(12) "We believe BAE's earnings could stagnate until the middle of this decade," said Goldman, which was also worried that performance fees on a joint fighter programme in America had been withheld by the Pentagon, and the company still had a yawning pension deficit.
(13) The big worry here is: even if the data broker reports aggregate data, a) it has this information on an individual level – how else might it use it?
(14) It took a little bit of time to come up on the scoreboard, so I was a bit worried.
(15) Former acting director of the CIA, Michael Morell, also weighed in for Clinton in a New York Times opinion piece on Friday, declaring: “Donald J Trump is not only unqualified for the job, but he may well pose a threat to our national security.” Republicans stumbling from the wreckage of a terrible week are worrying about how to contain the damage further down the ballot paper in November as people running for seats in Congress and at state level risk being swept away.
(16) Non-worriers evidenced the same disruptive effects in the 15-worry condition as worriers in that condition and worriers in Study 1.
(17) Jenny Jones, a Green party member of the London Assembly who has campaigned to make cycling safer, said she had spoken to the deputy head of the Met's traffic unit to express her worries about the operation.
(18) What was very worrying was at half‑time when you go in the dressing room, I could sense there was no response.
(19) She said she was not worried by Rubio’s one-time position on his immigration bill, later retracted, that he could not support reform if it included citizenship for gay couples.
(20) It sells itself to British tourists as a holiday heaven of golden beaches, flamenco dresses and well-stocked sherry bars, but southern Andalucía – home to the Costa del Sol – has now become the focus of worries about the euro.