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Sunday, March 12, 2006


faze Audio pronunciation of "fazed" ( P ) Pronunciation Key (fz)
tr.v. fazed, faz·ing, faz·es

To disrupt the composure of; disconcert. See Synonyms at embarrass.

[Middle English fesen, to drive away, frighten, from Old English fsian.]


adj : caused to show discomposure; "refused to be fazed by the objections" [syn: bothered, daunted]

Tasmanian Greens ...Media Release
Will Continue Strong, Positive, Grassroots Campaign Into The Last Week
The Tasmanian Greens today are unfazed by the Examiner’s EMRS Poll, saying that their feedback is they have recovered from the dip during the second week of the election campaign, around the time of the poll, and are now experiencing a swing towards them.

Greens Opposition Leader Peg Putt MHA noted that the poll shows a high likelihood of five Green seats, and said the Greens would spend the last week on a strong, positive campaign around Tasmania.

‘’The Greens are campaigning strongly with our positive vision around Tasmania, and we are unfazed by the EMRS Poll as our feedback is that we are now experiencing a groundswell of support after a small dip during the second week of the campaign,’’ Ms Putt said.

‘’Many people are telling us that they will be voting Green for the first time.’’

‘’We believe we are on track for Paul O’ Halloran to win a seat in Braddon, and whilst we have always acknowledged that a second seat in Denison is a big ask, Cassy O’ Connor is getting a great reception and we just need as many as possible to include her on their ballot paper.’’


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