• She did not make a fuss of the lighting.

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  • In 1996, during the mainland's war games, the government seemed to calculate that China would make a lot of fuss, but not in the end invade.

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  • The convenience of quickly firing an off an email to a friend or colleague without having to make a fuss about what the focus of the conversation is would not be a freedom users would want to part with anytime soon.

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  • Foreign carmakers are reluctant to make too much of a fuss, lest they be excluded from a fast-growing market or generate unwelcome negative publicity.

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  • Diplomats at the Vatican—though not, apparently, the pope himself—seem to have accepted the argument that it was not right to make too much of a fuss about the Timorese, since this might provoke an Islamist backlash in Indonesia as a whole.

    ECONOMIST: East Timor

  • Small wonder then that the Tories made so much of a ruckus about it at the election, and why William Hague, the Tory leader, continued to make a fuss about it in the House of Commons on July 23rd.

    ECONOMIST: Launching devolution

  • And to make such a big fuss about just one book, one audiotape of one person who is not really very well known in this (unintelligible) community of Islam in the West or contemporary Islamic revival is not a way to go.

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  • Chief executives of companies listing their shares have priority and they like to make a fuss.

    ECONOMIST: Buttonwood

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