not surprised


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not surprised or expressing surprise

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If you are not shocked, are you not surprised, man?
I am not surprised to see that Facebook and Apple are in the top most popular stocks among Saxo Bank's clients in the first quarter of the year in the GCC.
I am not surprised because normally I know we are not normally successful in these.
Keane said: "They got a great result and I'm not surprised.
McGregor was speaking during an interview to promote his latest film The Impossible and said: "I was not surprised in that George always said he wouldn't make the final three stories, that he felt like if he did, that would be his life's work and he had other things that he wanted to try.
I'M not surprised that the Olympic football tournament taking place at St James' Park has been such a massive success.
50 a pint - Jon Loughran, 28, an IT technician, of Middlesbrough I don't drink much but I'm not surprised that it's cheaper here.
Publicist Kim Mehmeti is not surprised by the sale of the controversial Encyclopedia and says that "only Albanians in the Government did not realize that this work will remain and be sold".
CSABA LASZLO last night insisted he was not surprised to hear Jim Jefferies had been binned by Hearts.
THE dad of Walsall-born England Ladies star Rachel Unitt said he was not surprised by the sexist remarks.
3KIMBERLEY WALSH and NICOLA ROBERTS are not surprised their Girls Aloud bandmate SARAH HARDING is doing so well with her budding film career.
EXPERTS are not surprised that a strain of drug-resistant swine flu has emerged among people with underlying health problems.
I was not surprised to learn later that season that Richard had been a cheerleader as an undergraduate.
Abul Gheit Says Cairo Not Surprised by Dissension of Lebanon's Jumblat
OLE Gunnar Solskjaer is not surprised in the least by the number of Sir Alex Ferguson's pupils who have entered the management game.