disinterest


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indifference

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tolerance attributable to a lack of involvement

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Sheer disinterests of party higher-ups have failed to fill in the void vacancy of Sindh chapter's president since past four months.
The perspective wrought of disinterest relies on distance--between style and theme, frame and image, discourse and content.
Cope's The Heroine of Disinterest explores how these new forms of property dramatically altered the ways in which selfhood and subjectivity could be narrated, demanding new expressions of the self and reanimating older paradigms.
What I find historically interesting about the fact that aestheticism and aesthetic disinterest theories were rising at around the same time as art museums were being founded is that they all seemed to be about the same thing.
Sizing up the situation, he knew that something was radically wrong, but opted to feign disinterest before reacting.
McGrath Cohoon, who has conducted extensive research on the topic, does think economics plays a role in decisions students make in choosing majors, but there is a general disinterest in computer science among women that she thinks has more to do with stereotypes.
He said his decision to retire was motivated by two factors: his age and his disinterest in adjusting to the internet era.
A common reaction to the novel is to express warm admiration despite a stated disinterest in sadism or bondage.
Virgo said that "diminishing returns, a disappointing response from the industry and disinterest from industry vendors" forced the company to close the magazine, two related web sites and cancel a planned "Forensic Focus" conference.
He offers hypotheses for this disinterest in schools and explores the damage to the public welfare caused by the collective silence of the psychological community.
Noble gases are notorious for their extreme disinterest in bonding with other elements.
This disinterest on the part of ownership, however, is considerably shortsighted when one looks at the future.
Addressing a press conference, held in a mosque here on Thursday evening, he said that due to this very disinterest the government had also failed to make an impressive footmark among masses, cautioning that the much hyped consensus among Provinces and Center was not the success of government, but rather due to this very disinterest of political parties in National affairs, since these were rather less debated and reviewed, (giving government a free hand).
Alice's sister, Becca (a very wry Miriam Shor), after spending the night with Danny's best friend, Skobo (Stephen Rannazzisi), accidentally drinks from a water glass containing his contacts, effectively blinding him; his subsequent disinterest in her has them at each other's throats.
On the "consumption" side, he describes declining audience trust in the media, along with a general disinterest in "traditional" political and economic coverage.
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