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EnglishI would like to mention three things which affect me personally and also take me aback.
EnglishI am slightly taken aback because at other times you take your time. That is all.
EnglishI was even more taken aback by the fact that this data was only to be collected from women.
EnglishI am certainly taken aback by the President-in-Office's response.
EnglishHe was also somewhat taken aback at the commotion in Europe.
EnglishOur Liberal colleagues appear somewhat taken aback by this prospect, and yet the result was obvious.
EnglishWhen I listened to the Commissioner a moment ago, I was rather taken aback to hear her refer to a surprise result.
EnglishI would assume that most Members were at first somewhat taken aback and needed to reflect on the situation.
English Mr President, I was totally taken aback when reading the draft resolution by this House on the situation in Haiti.
EnglishInitially, I was a bit taken aback by the opening remarks of the Commissioner, but then he clarified the situation.
EnglishI admit I am often taken aback by some of the views expressed, but then that is what we are here for.
EnglishI was taken aback by the fires in the Mediterranean.
EnglishThis is why I was taken aback by the apparent initial surprise that characterised the response and by the hesitation in some countries.
EnglishI am sure you will understand that in such a case the players would be unpleasantly surprised and taken aback.
EnglishHowever, I am taken aback by the fact that enlargement is presented as a reason why the Lisbon Treaty must be ratified.
EnglishI am therefore somewhat taken aback to learn that you have not received this list of names so that you could announce them to the House.
EnglishSecondly, I must say I am rather taken aback that the strategy fails to mention the Economic Partnership Agreements.
EnglishI am also somewhat taken aback by the reactions in this House, where the divide is once again apparent.
EnglishI am, however, a little taken aback at the language in which it is expressed, which reminds me a little of the language of totalitarianism.
EnglishI was really taken aback by this.