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showing absence of intellectual inquisitiveness or natural curiosity

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The order, for such in tone and manner it was, in truth, was received with respect; but the utmost movement was the falling of an axe or two from the shoulder to the ground, while their owners continued to regard the place with listless and incurious eyes.
In general, his intellectual CV gives an impression of slow-minded rigidity; and he seems essentially incurious about anything beyond his immediate sphere" Writer Martin Amis describing Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, who he says is "under-educated" "I go to the very occasional red-carpet thing, and the photographers take a picture out of obligation rather than salivating" Actress and writer Meera Syal, below "It really is the most clever, smart, capable, patient, loving, creative, agile thing you will ever do when you're alive.
There should be ban of instigated and hate books, pamphlets, literatures (publication, distribution and supply), incurious material, provocative cassettes and internet websites.
On the north end was a bar and grill presided over by the burly, friendly but incurious barman/motel boss.
The Incurious Seeker's Quest for Meaning: Heidegger, Mood and Christianity.
Although the pleasure of learning is universal, there are many dull incurious people in the world.
Thus it incurious that Capek would go so far as to calmly and seriously suggest a public hanging for the apocalyptic moral failure or our age and for the betrayal of our God-given imagination and reason.
It was the kind of announcement that begged lots of questions, but Billy is either so incurious, or so used to living alongside killers he was apparently quite happy to leave it at that.
It was the kind of announcement that begged lots of questions but Billy is either so incurious, or so used to living alongside killers, he was apparently quite happy to leave it at that.
It was the kind of announcement that begged lots of questions but Billy is either so incurious or so used to living alongside killers he was apparently happy to leave it at that.
It's an intoxicating mix of contradictions - glamorous and vibrant yet easy going and incurious.
There's more than enough evidence of malfeasance to warrant concern, yet as we've seen with the Urban Institute and Jonathan Gruber, the media are pretty incurious about where all this pro-Obamacare information is coming from.
Ignorant of local economics and landowners, hazy about who the powerbrokers are and how they might be influenced, incurious about the correlations between various development projects and the levels of cooperation among villagers, and disengaged from people in the best position to find answers- whether aid workers or Afghan soldiers - U.
This overlap, at times even competition, between Scarlett's particular romantic interests and the historical events of the wider world makes it quite clear that Scarlett's boredom with history is not simply the disinterest of an "unanalytical," intellectually incurious girl (214).
If, as Welsh puts it, Cervantes's hero is "the model of rare heroism in the face of mundane reality" (2002: 80), Rayment remains a mundane man--"so incurious, so unadventurous" (Coetzee 2005: 230)--in a mundane reality.