Especially its fears.
His fears appear to be well founded.
These fears should never be dismissed or ignored.
“As with other strongly held beliefs, our fears are dear to us,” Eula Biss writes.
French Polynesia fears that its economy may have lost US$1.2bn, along with 25,000 jobs.
DuBravac said that fears of a transportation bottleneck have arisen thanks to the outbreak.
Even though he has tested negative, he fears there will forever be a stigma associated with the Asara.
It stands to reason that scooping fears are most acute when the stakes are high and careers are on the line.
Geoffrey Kabaservice, the director of political studies at the Niskanen Center in Washington DC, fears it could be enough.
According to The Guardian, fears among those in the refugee camp escalated after Lesbos confirmed it's first COVID-19 case.
The threat of additional tariffs has added to fears about the global economic outlook and pushed markets lower around the world.
I thought I had lots of fears—thunderstorms, forest fires, bears—but these were not the right kind of fears for driving.
But I also know that those are words white people use — we use to express our racial fears, to express real racial fears.
The new king did his best to lay these fears to rest at his coronation by proclaiming his adherence to democracy and to constitutional monarchy.
Specifically, Intel stock originally plunged on fears that the coronavirus outbreak would dampen global semiconductor demand, and then rebounded as those fears abated.
"The survey results expose the greatest fears of doctors in Wales - fears borne out of their everyday experiences of treating patients with Covid-19 and witnessing the dramatic impact of the virus on the NHS," said Dr David Bailey, BMA Cymru Wales council chairman.
To me, this continuity is quite reassuring, because it shows us that our fears and hopes are not so much around the traits of the specific new technology, rather they are broad societal fears and hopes that are projected onto whatever technology is new and not yet understood.
"Although most families understand a diagnosis is not a magic wand, they live in hope that it might provide answers and relieve some of their fears - fears about what the future holds for their child, fears about whether future children might be affected and fear that it was something they did," she said.
Republican leaders have recently attempted to draw a line between the two systems, in part to keep in lockstep with the president’s messaging, but also over fears that turnout among their supporters will be low due to the virus and their fears – stoked by the president – that mailing in their ballots will make them susceptible to fraud.
“We are beginning these hearings today in an atmosphere of the utmost gravity … a mood of incredulity has prevailed among our populace, and it is the constitutional duty of this committee to act expeditiously to allay the fears being expressed by the citizenry, and to establish the factual bases upon which these fears have been founded.”
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We are beginning these hearings today in an atmosphere of the utmost gravity … a mood of incredulity has prevailed among our populace and it is the constitutional duty of this committee to act expeditiously to allay the fears being expressed by the citizenry and to establish the factual bases upon which these fears have been founded