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  • The Carthaginians also came, with more reason to worry than most.

    Alexander the Great

  • Many of our key supporters said to George Bush and me that we had nothing to worry about from the Mondale-Ferraro challenge because the economy was booming and people always voted their pocketbooks.

    An American Life

  • Jack thought that at least this time he did not have to worry about losing the cargo and ship, for the departing port of Corinto on the Nicaraguan Pacific Coast had recently been cleared of mines that counterrevolutionaries had put around its harbor.

    Strategic Management in Developing Countries Case Studies

  • Ideally, we would all wake up tomorrow morning to an autogen-free world in which the environment is devoid of chemicals and heavy metals, food is always fresh, organic, and free of contaminants, and we do not have to worry about the plethora of triggers to autoimmune disease that surround us.

    The Autoimmune Epidemic

  • Mr. Dimond entered the conversation, saying, “I told you not to worry about us.”

    Raven Rise

  • When the Laceks arrived at the emergency room, the attending physician told them there was nothing to worry about.

    The Panic Virus

  • “Nothing you need to worry about, mija,” Belinda said with a glower at their mother.


  • Joyful was not of a mind to worry about Thumbless Wu and his supply of rice.

    City of Glory

  • In this version the Scythians who had remained loyal to Spitamenes began to worry when they heard Alexander was coming for them.

    Alexander the Great

  • Extra thanks to Adam for lunches where I was allowed to whine about the creative process and to Carol for long runs where I was allowed to be as snarky as I wanted to be about everything in the world and Spring Warren for long bike rides where I was allowed to worry about plot points out loud.

    Balancing in High Heels


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