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  • "I'm just very surprised and taken aback.
  • He is taken aback by the Kansas City and Montreal scenarios.
  • Johnson was taken aback by her Connecticut colleague's approach.
  • O'Meara was taken aback by that series of events.
  • Others yelled obscenities, which seemed to take Young Peter aback.
  • Still, he admitted to being somewhat taken aback by them.
  • Barbara Walters was thrilled; the First Lady seemed taken aback.
  • "I was so taken aback, ` Muse said.
  • Carolyn Garcia seemed taken aback by Deborah Garcia's comments.
  • Some investors were taken aback by the market's surge.
  • Voice that concern in England, and people are taken aback.
  • She was equally taken aback by the measure of her grief.
  • He confesses that he was taken aback by the American reaction.
  • But even pessimists were taken aback by the 2 percent decline.
  • He made that comment to me and I was taken aback,
  • McCollum seemed taken aback, and said, " No?
  • It sounds stupid, but I still find myself taken aback.
  • Clinton was somewhat taken aback, uncertain what prompted the question.
  • Some museum directors were taken aback by Giuliani's threat.
  • "I'm totally taken aback by the verdict.
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