The former finance minister said there was no need for the NAB to be overawed
by the bureaucracy.
Likewise for Liverpool against Porto, and there's no reason why Spurs should feel overawed
Fighting in his home town in front of a crowd upwards of 50,000, 29-year-old former schoolteacher Horn showed no signs of being overawed
in the biggest test of his career and made a mockery of his huge underdog tag as he more than matched his Filipino foe.
CRAIG Gordon claims there is no way Scotland will be overawed
by facing England and their long unbeaten run this evening.
JESS Carter insists Birmingham City Ladies will neither be overawed
by their first visit to Wembley nor their 'so-called best in the country' opponents.
ADAM Lallana is confident England will not be intimidated or overawed
by Gareth Bale tomorrow, despite rating the player among the world's best.
He was not frightened or overawed
and actually gave Alvarez a fight.
He was never overawed
by the occasion, even playing in the old First Division against the big teams.
we won't be fazed overawed
- we delighted with draw TOM TAIWO He added: "A lot of us have played in some big games.
Yes, I am very excited, but it is important to not get overawed
DERRY manager Brian McIver admitted his side was overawed
in the first half of yesterday's Allianz League final at Croke Park.
I was overawed
with the dedication and professionalism of all concerned who treated me, starting with the paramedics and ambulance team, the stroke team/day and night staff and not forgetting the auxilliaries and porters,.
A spokesman for Jammu and Kashmir Muslim League quoted Mushtaq-ul-Islam, currently serving detention at Kot Bhalwal Jail in Jammu, as having said, "The sons of freedom movement cannot be sacred or overawed
by the detentions and martyrdoms.
FORMER captain Inzamamul- Haq feels Pakistan were psychologically under pressure against South Africa and advised the national team players to stop being overawed
by the world's number one Test team.
AFC FYLDE 1 ACCRINGTON STANLEY 4 WILL HATFIELD scored all four goals as Northern Premier Division side Fylde crashed out, with boss Dave Challinor suggesting his players were overawed