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frightening because of an awareness of danger

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More alarmingly, 18 of the 19 'hottest year' records were observed only starting 2001.
Similarly, the modern scientific education in Muslim countries is alarmingly low.
Islamabad -- Whether it was negligence committed by transporters or missing measures on the part of relevant authorities, the cases of road accident has become alarmingly high in Pakistan stated a report on Wednesday.
Saudi Arabia's Ministry of Environment, Water and Agriculture figures show that desertification in the Kingdom has reached 80 percent, which is alarmingly high.
Bowel Cancer UK and Beating Bowel Cancer said that symptom awareness is "alarmingly low" after a poll found that 35% of people were not aware of any of the signs.
NSPCC trustee and clinical psychologist Professor Tanya Byron said: "Failing to plan is planning to fail, and alarmingly most CCGs are setting themselves up to fail children who have already been through abuse and trauma.
11 (ANI): Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Monday denied making any comments on a Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) report which had alarmingly revealed that the country's defence forces had ammunition that could last only for 20 days in the event of a war.
Illegal trapping of birds has been alarmingly high this winter, according to the NGO Committee Against Bird Slaughter (CABS).
Week-by-week sales compared with the same period last year show overall sales dipped alarmingly during a four-week period from mid-March to the start of April as consumers remained indoors.
Summary: Death rates at 12 NHS hospital trusts in England were alarmingly high last year, according to an influential report.
A MIDLAND lawyer has moved to calm the region's businesses following 'alarmingly intricate' plans set out by Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg to reform flexible working.
Authorities say the move will check road accidents in Bihar which have increased alarmingly in the past few months.
I HEARD there would be a shortage of potatoes in the shops at Christmas, and the price is going up, alarmingly, fluctuation from area to area, so I wrote to Defra, which says the rain in the summer and drought in some places means that it is a difficult year for farmers.
Crime prevention officer for the Wirral, PC Keith Winstanley, said: "In an alarmingly high number of these cases car owners have omitted to lock their vehicle allowing the thieves to simply open a door and steal valuables with little effort."