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not surprised or expressing surprise

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Ian Mearns, MP for Gateshead, said he was unsurprised at the findings and blamed it on lack of money spent in the region.
ALASTAIR Cook is unsurprised that Shane Warne has failed to change the record and is still criticising his captaincy of England.
There seemed to be numerous boarded-up businesses, lots of licensed establishments of a sort that are, I think, called "theme bars" and so many fast food outlets that I am unsurprised that Brummies are an increasingly rotund bunch.
Summary: Those who follow Lebanese and Syrian affairs closely were probably unsurprised Wednesday when Lebanon's foreign minister, Adnan Mansour, managed to become an item of "regional news.
And Mitch said he was unsurprised that a verdict of death by misadventure had been upheld.
Welsh supernatural tour guide Jim Cowan was unsurprised by the sightings, saying Wales is considered one of the most haunted countries in the world.
Trade union Unite said it was unsurprised by the news as "down days" have become a regular feature at the plant - and said it was confident the site's long-term future remained secure.
Many were unsurprised to hear that Sheikha Lubna Al Qasmi -- the first female minister in the history of the United Arab Emirates -- retained her title as she grabbed top spot for the second year running.
In fact, industry insiders emphasized, it is unsurprised to see the world's largest tool branding vendor launch the acquisition, given the fact that the U.
The Eye reported a year or so ago rumours that the government might be keen on performing a U-turn and reviving the prospect of a third runway at Heathrow, and so was unsurprised to see the way being paved for such a move in the wake of the budget.
While the absence of an irrigation system left Taunton clerk of the course Michael Trickey unsurprised that the seven-race card attracted only 37 runners, Bob Davies, his counterpart at Ludlow, was angered at getting a turnout of 43.
The 19-year-old looked unsurprised when host Dermot O'Leary announced she was going home.
DARREN BENT is unsurprised several leading clubs are chasing the signature of Ashley Young, given his form for England and Aston Villa.
Nurses were unsurprised by the deaths, blaming poor conditions in the tertiary hospital's neonatal ward.
But at the premiere it was the raging of the elements which the cast had to contend with, though Jason Isaacs, who played the sinister Lucius Malfoy in the earlier films, was unsurprised by the fans' dedication.