Perez had admitted being caught off guard
by the decision, declaring on Thursday: "This was a totally unexpected decision.
South Korea was caught off guard
last week by President Trump's axing of the June 12 summit in which he cited hostility in recent North Korean comments.
I totally was caught off guard
with everyone who has been watching it.
The establishment has been caught off guard
and is scrambling to find a unified solution," Rajavi concluded.
When her classmate Paul starts texting her, she is caught off guard
by his interest and the unfamiliar desire it has awakened.
"I was scapegoated, as expected, in the subsequent press conference but was caught off guard
coming out of the cinema the following evening.
"Curad now makes it possible to bring hospital advances home so consumers don't feel caught off guard
with life's unexpected mishaps involving minor cuts, bums and bleeds."
Yet Stoke manager Mark Hughes was caught off guard
by Walters' op on Wednesday, revealing yesterday that he didn't realise his striker was crocked.
"What happens if you are in a live situation and you are caught off guard
?" asked Ritchie.
No one enjoys being caught off guard
, but when it happens, Rusk says, "You can say 'I don't know, but let me think about it.'" It's nice to have answers at the ready, but, Alemzadeh adds, it's okay to take time to figure out the right answer rather than just giving any answer.
He's a lovely person, and this was a characteristically sweet gesture, but I was caught off guard
by how violently grateful I was for his gift, the wild longing it inspired in me for home.
THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS: Gabriel (Adam) was caught off guard
when Nick asked why he had been kicked out of the school they had attended.
Those exporters who had sold dollars on a forward basis to banks at Rs 96 were caught off guard
. There was very little activity in the morning on the open market as the Minister's views had a disruptive impact.
Chevron's John Watson conceded that the industry had been caught off guard
by rising costs, and BHP Billiton's Andrew Mackenzie said inflation was the biggest enemy.Even the 126 per cent increase in global drilling and exploration costs in 10 years, as estimated by IHS Cera, doesn't do justice to the problem faced by some in the industry.