matter-of-fact

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not fanciful or imaginative

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concerned with practical matters

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The caption for one plate in the catalogue matter-of-factly claims that photographer Frederick Hudson "probably incorrectly" identified the spirit of the daughter of a seventeenth-century buccaneer.
Therefore, present this material more matter-of-factly than you would if the storm had occurred later.
Firebird really pushed me into working on adagio," says Bouder, who is matter-of-factly self-critical when her technical qualities are mentioned.
No one can compete against China," says Juan Bautista Isola matter-of-factly.
Literate, well-researched, and matter-of-factly introducing the reader into how the American government, among other entities, regards Native Americans in modern times, Indian Country is a welcome contribution to contemporary Native studies shelves and recommended reading for individuals of all backgrounds striving to better understand the Native American experience.
Matter-of-factly addressing the complex pressures on human life from birth to death, Sunbathing on the Bottom of the Atlantic draws attention to the impermanence of life itself and strips away illusions used to shield oneself from harsh truths.
The relief I felt at being cared for so respectfully and matter-of-factly is hard to describe.
In a witty and unsettling parody of RCMP-speak as well as a transcendental version of the lexicon of the corporation, Milo's boss tells him matter-of-factly, "We always get our man, woman or child.
You don't make the volume numbers with core cars anymore," he says very matter-of-factly.
Bobby Alford and tried to chicken out on my impending faculty position at Baylor; but he matter-of-factly pointed out that I would never know what could be done if I did not try.
He described matter-of-factly killing and eating Bernd Juergen Brandes, 43, who answered his internet advert.
Just presenting a gay couple matter-of-factly might be the most revolutionary thing we're doing," comments co-creator Chuck Ranberg.
On the eve of his execution by lethal injection, Hill spoke matter-of-factly about the killings and expressed no remorse.
These days IVF is matter-of-factly discussed everywhere and though the process has never really become cheaper, many couples think nothing of taking out loans to help achieve their dream where NHS treatment is not an option.