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to be disturbed
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EnglishIn these difficult and disturbed times, no one can pretend to be certain of anything ...
EnglishSo does Mr Watson, who is disturbed about the reputation of the European Union.
EnglishA whole series of personal and interpersonal relationships have been greatly disturbed.
EnglishThe Committee on the Environment is disturbed by the changes regarding water in Annex VI.
EnglishWe here in Parliament are disturbed by the increasing number of executions in the USA.
EnglishThe Commission is monitoring the situation closely and is disturbed by recent developments.
EnglishI really do not know, however, whether I should feel reassured or disturbed.
EnglishIt is the most extreme versions of racism on the edges of Europe which we are disturbed about.
EnglishLadies and gentlemen, I am, however, disturbed by another piece of information.
EnglishThe stability of Iraq is fragile and may well be disturbed by state-endorsed executions.
EnglishFor my part, I am in no way surprised nor disturbed by these conflicts.
EnglishWe were disturbed and saddened by the untimely death of your son/daughter/husband/wife, … .
EnglishHe had disturbed his killers as they were preparing an attack.
EnglishI would like not to be disturbed by colleagues on the extreme right, please.
EnglishWe have to be disturbed by that, because the introduction of a Community currency is not a one-way street.
EnglishI am disturbed by the absence of Europe in a historic process.
EnglishIf the species die out, the natural equilibrium is disturbed - triggering a dangerous domino effect.
EnglishWe do not want our discussion to be disturbed in such a way.
EnglishI was particularly disturbed to read that 13% of British Muslims support suicide bombers.
EnglishI am disturbed by the article that appeared in the 8 July edition of the German magazine ‘Der Spiegel’.