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lacking self-confidence

lacking or indicating lack of confidence or assurance

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A larger proportion (19%) said they are unsure about "which of the federal party leaders has been best at responding to this issue.
7 million women who find themselves facing an unintended pregnancy in the United States annually, 25 percent (600,000+) are unsure about what they want to do.
Outstation students who are DU aspirants are also tormented as they are unsure if whether to stay back in Delhi and wait for the admission procedure to start or go back home.
Kate Atwell, marketing manager, said: "We understand that a lot of young people are still unsure about what to do after leaving school, so these taster days provide the perfect opportunity to discover what our courses are like.
As per the study, corporate entities were unsure of he bank's ability to meet expectations on 11 out of 16 key performance criteria, even as 63 percent of respondents said that they were satisfied with the services received.
PESHAWAR, May 12 -- A Gillani Research Foundation survey carried out by Gallup Pakistan says two weeks before last night's nerve-wracking matches where not only Pakistani cricket team had to beat South Africans but England also had to beat New Zealand for the nation to breath a sigh of relief and look forward to seeing Pakistan play in the super-8 round, 56% of all Pakistanis already had high hopes and cited that there are a lot or at least some what chances for the team to win the T-20 World Cup, 26% have very little hope whereas only 11% believe Pakistan can not win the tournament and 7% were unsure.
Regarding the governments decision for having two days off for gas in industrial organizations 78% believe that by doing so, the productivity level of these organizations will be affected to a great or at least some extent, 9% think just two days for gas load shedding will not have a lot of affect, while 3% believe there will be no negative consequences at all, and 10% were unsure.
The industry survey report says that more than 60% of respondents are not aware of the Act; 29% are unsure of the details of the Act; more than 53% are unsure how money collected will be used; and 73% felt that if implemented, fees will be reciprocated for US travellers into other countries.
The path that price takes to get there I am unsure of however.
A recent survey probing people's knowledge and attitudes about homeowners insurance, the Travelers In-synch Homeowners Insurance Study, came to two overall conclusions: First, a substantial proportion of American homeowners are unsure of what homeowners coverage they have for specific circumstances.
Attorney Donald Miller said Rosenkrantz, 39, and his family would not speak Saturday to the news media and he was unsure where Rosenkrantz will be staying.
If your support is unsure how to replace the bearings, they should contact their local TACOM logistics assistance representative.
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The reader will follow Peter's family through their struggle of an unsure outcome of marginal living conditions and of situational manipulations in Dad's War With The United States Marines.
Hence, though students primarily do not view homosexuality as a mental disorder, they are unsure as to whether homosexuals need psychological evaluation.