blase


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very sophisticated especially because of surfeit

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uninterested because of frequent exposure or indulgence

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nonchalantly unconcerned

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Growing up with a father who was in the heavy equipment business, Craig, Kevin and Gary Blase were able to learn first-hand about the industrial sector of the economy and what makes it tick.
This is particularly true in the educational leadership literature (Blase & Blase, 1997; Bolman & Deal, 2003; Fullan, 2001; Sergiovanni, 2001).
The nine associates are: Carey LeRoux, Meryl Diamond, Donald Frey, Blase Iaconelli, Michael Vines, Britta Thornquist, Danielle Myers, David Freedman and Joseph Tully.
But the triptych Vortex Painting, 2004, is the fairest of them all: The flora-and-fauna fabric strip on the left and the contrapposto female form on the right recall the capricious stylistic combinations and masterly, if coldly blase, technical gifts on which Salle first hung his hat.
Scissor Sisters had cut through the blase indifference of a city whose job was to turn entertainment into industry.
Let us not in a blase manner declare that the cause is lost--as some do--and that, therefore, we may as well accept the inevitable.
Such numbers ate, perhaps, the inevitable next step, now that theatergoers have become blase about swinging chandeliers and rising helicopters.
Glancing at the screen of a laptop computer, nurse Becky Blase looks over the readings from his last breathing test.
An administration that was panicked about Iraq's virtually nonexistent nuclear programs is blase as North Korea reprocesses plutonium, enriches uranium, and gets set to produce up to 200 atomic weapons by 2010.
Yet Shane McClintock, a 21-year-old senior at Ohio University, is surprisingly blase.
MORI'S CANNED SPEECH SHOWS BLASE APPROACH TO REFORM (Asahi Evening News as translated from the Japanese-language Asahi Shimbun)
Some 500 people showed up at a book signing in Washington, and 200 made it to a Barnes and Noble in more blase New York.
Fritzsche would have done well to remember the words of Baudelaire, that boulevard philosopher, who urged that the flaneur's endless capacity for wonderment at the city's ephemera be tempered by the dandy's blase detachment from the spectacle of the ever-same.
There are 20 other ways to let people know that," adds Blase.