They are proving all the time that they don't deserve to be called apathetic
We find that young people everywhere want to take part and that they don't deserve to be called apathetic
Scotland winger Robert Snodgrass says England fans have become apathetic
about their country's fortunes as Friday's World Cup qualifier between the arch-rivals looms at Wembley Stadium.
Little did he know that the world in which he lives would be governed by an apathetic
silence, silence whose screams form the very pinnacle of the humanitys pitch, yet these screams would not save the likes of Aylan.
In the Communication Studies discipline, due to a low number of participants identifying their sibling relationships as either apathetic
or hostile, family communication scholars have collapsed the apathetic
and hostile types into one type, resulting in their study of four types of sibling relationships: intimate, congenial, loyal, and apathetic
/hostile (Goodboy, Myers, & Patterson, 2009; Myers & Goodboy, 2010; Myers & Odenweller, 2015).
Yet, you may work with or encounter individuals who are apathetic
ne is not rated very One is not rated very highly by the city's apathetic
citizens but is loved by the authorities because it draws thousands of visitors.
But, it seems politicians are just as apathetic
Washington, Nov 22 ( ANI ): Apart from the four types of boredom which were known before, researchers have identified another boredom subtype, namely apathetic
boredom, which is associated with low arousal levels and high levels of aversion.
The External Affairs Ministry has continued to maintain a stoic and apathetic
silence and there appears to be no effort to engage the Sri Lankan government in any dialogue to resolve the issue," she said in a letter to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh.
His visions are both a gift and a curse, which has made him the best detective but incredibly apathetic
and an alcoholic.
I'm tired of an ignorant America that doesn't know what's going on in the world and an apathetic
America that doesn't care.
Every candidate will be hoping the apathetic
reaction to the idea of commissioners does not hold to election day, for the winner will need all the support they can get to do a very difficult job well.
If the Government made St George's Day a recognised holiday in England, would we then see a few more flags instead of the apathetic
Is it any wonder that the electorate have a cynical attitude to parliamentarians and an apathetic
attitude to all elections?