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  • The panic-prone captain known as Encino Man, for example, was prevented from calling artillery down on his own position only by virtue of the fact that he completely bungled the radio protocols.

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  • The panic-prone captain known as Encino Man, for example, was prevented from calling artillery down on his own position only by virtue of the fact that he completely bungled the radio protocols.

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  • It completely painted the anti-cat-tongue crowd as hypersensitive, selfish and panic-prone, and the nutty yo-yo pro-cat-lickees as benevolent and calm and delightful.

    "To say that we are going to feed more American young men and women into that grinder..."

  • The film features an easily-embarrassed blond chocolate maker and her boss, a panic-prone chocolate company owner.

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  • Some financial historians also believe the markets have become more panic-prone than they once were, in part because of the mass of cash that has poured in recent decades into short-term investments like money market funds.

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  • Some financial historians also believe the markets have become more panic-prone than they once were, in part because of the mass of cash that has poured in recent decades into short-term investments like money market funds.

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  • People who are scared, poorly prepared and have access to only inaccurate information are panic-prone.

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  • In panic-prone parts of the City, shrill warning cries can be heard.

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  • In panic-prone parts of the City, shrill warning cries can be heard.

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  • However, statements Thursday from a senior World Health Organization (WHO) official seem to do the panic-prone and hypochondriacs out there no favors, predicting that if the virus becomes a pandemic, it could infect a third of the world's population -- around 2 billion people.

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