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unaffected by strong emotion or prejudice

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Queer'*s overarching goal is to dispassionately explore how contemporary views of sex, sexuality, and gender in Western culture developed over the years, and what influence was played by the queer movement in reaching this status quo.
A statement issued by Jamaat in Srinagar said, "These media outlets instead of discharging their professional duties by dispassionately reporting the ground realities in Kashmir, are playing in the hands of anti-Islam and anti-Kashmir forces in defaming religious organizations and institutions particularly Jamaat-e-Islami and Jamiat-e-Ahle Hadith in the territory," reported.
And the subject of money is even more stressful to those who don't have enough of it--the very people who should be able to contemplate their finances dispassionately so they can rationally find ways to either cut expenses or earn more.
What is clear about Hinkley Point C power plant and fracking is that few actually understand and can explain dispassionately and in depth the issues and problems, not to mention the technical, social and financial impacts.
It is in everybody's interests to have a strong independent body to prevent and settle these disputes, balancing the competing interests of the parties dispassionately, and with professionalism and objectivity," he said.
8 billion years ago to the subsequent appearance of multicellular blobs that, given hundreds of millions of years, yielded creatures intelligent enough to ponder their own existence and seek answers dispassionately about the world around them.
Richard III: A Ruler And His Reputation" dispassionately examines the legend as well as the man to uncover both what we know of the life of Richard, and the way that his reputation has been formed and re-formed over centuries.
The independent National Infrastructure Commission, he will say, will start work immediately to establish "calmly and dispassionately what the country needs to build for its future".
This ongoing planning debacle - which has lasted many years and has still yet to be resolved - indicates, I believe, the need for a non-politician led committee given the task of dispassionately looking at the strategic infrastructure needs of the country extended beyond the constraints of the political cycle.
First, city authorities are not "threatening charges,'' they actually filed them, and did so dispassionately, after careful deliberation, and solely in response to evidence that the law was broken.
He aims to dispassionately assess the interface between law and society and asks the question: To what extent does the international human rights order live up to its promise of dignity.
Members of the board have consulted dispassionately with the club's supporters, vice presidents, community foundation members, executives, staff, sponsors and other relevant stakeholders in order to help it reach this decision.
The statement said that members of the board had consulted dispassionately with supporters, vice presidents, Community Foundation members, executives, staff, sponsors and other relevant stakeholders in order to help the club reach the decision.