callousness


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The most noted item from both the samples came out to be callousness or lack of sympathy.
Such callousness will have a negative impact on the collective psyche of the people of Europe.
He demanded that chief minister Punjab take notice of this callousness.
How easy is it for us to scoff at her naivety, yet her case speaks volumes, not just about the callousness of the conmen, but about the plight of the elderly who, when they lose the social connections they once took for granted can get lonely and bored to the extent that they fall prey to these schemes.
Cathryn Hurley's trauma was a natural miscarriage but it illustrates the absolute callousness resulting in the deadening of conscience towards the unborn.
It shows the callousness and non-compassion of some of our officials," Sotto said.
Randal Rauser responded to Harris' contention noting that "if you read through the twenty traits on the Psychopath Checklist you'll find qualities like callousness, shallow effect, grandiose sense of self-worth, and lack of empathy.
Psychopathy is a broad term that covers a severe personality disorder characterized by callousness, manipulation, sensation-seeking and antisocial behaviors, traits which may also be found in otherwise healthy and functional people.
And providing local officials with a mere six minutes to defend a school that houses 368 students speaks to a callousness on the part of the state's educational bureaucracy that calls out for reform.
The BBFC said the black and white film "may encourage some viewers to enjoy and share in the man's callousness and the pleasure he takes in the woman's pain and humiliation".
I never thought I would see one that would go to such dishonourable length to send the nation's armed forced to invade a sovereign country on the whim of another head of government and had the callousness to disregard the horrific consequences.
British playwright Christopher Hampton has championed von Horvath and translated several of his works, including this noir study of guilt, responsibility and the petty callousness of everyday life under fascism in Austria.
Years later, armed with this knowledge, the fact that Tony Blair cannot find a way to express any regret for such outcomes, and for Alistair Campbell to maintain pride in such actions, displays a callousness beyond my simple comprehension.
For sadly, this family is not alone in feeling despair at the callousness to which some will descend.
But an innocent villager from Bihar's East Champaran district had to pay for the police's callousness.