Definition of 'of concern'
Example sentences containing 'of concern'
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The police rarely seek such information unless the applicant has mentioned something of concern on their form. Times, Sunday Times (2010)There is a great deal of concern in many parts of the judiciary about the number of failed asylum seekers. The Sun (2009)THE recent disclosures on charities have caused a great deal of concern and rightly so. The Sun (2015)So, you know, all of that obviously is something of concern. Christianity Today (2000)Lots of people were telling us that it was going to be OK but there is now a great deal of concern. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Accordingly, he played with the freedom of a man for whom an iffy record in England does not carry a great deal of concern. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Given that nearly half of all charity donations come from only 7 per cent of donors, there is a great deal of concern across charities. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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