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marked by a lack of interest

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showing no care or concern in attitude or action

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(usually followed by 'to') unwilling or refusing to pay heed

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(often followed by 'to') lacking importance

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fairly poor to not very good

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having only a limited ability to react chemically

marked by no especial liking or dislike or preference for one thing over another

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characterized by a lack of partiality

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being neither good nor bad

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neither too great nor too little

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'People, who have already got sick of the PPP's rule, are fast getting disappointed with the indifferent attitude of the prime minister and his team,' he added.
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So it's not bad just indifferent, but they have got a long way to go.
Indifferent electrode skin patch characteristics (e.g., type, area of attachment, and evidence of malattachment of skin pad at the end of procedure) were collected, as were data related to the characteristics of the burns (e.g., patient complains of pain or not and burn degree (redness, seconddegree skin burns, and third-degree skin burns)).
During the distribution of the materials, people prayed those volunteers who showed all kind of assistance during the distribution indifferent which religion or race they are.
In the 11%-12% range are Couch Chatterers (mostly females who watch traditional TV and talk/text about it by phone); Indifferent Multiscreeners (mostly young males who interact with social media and watch an occasional TV show on a second screen); and Moderate Multiscreeners (mostly females who enjoy traditional TV, social media and multiscreen viewing equally).
London, May 22 ( ANI ): England football team manager Roy Hodgson believes that his key striker and Manchester united star Wayne Rooney is determined to prove himself at this year's World Cup in Brazil after two previous indifferent campaigns.
The new breed of owner that we've seen in places like Hull and Cardiff seem just as indifferent. Coventry fans are raising an e-petition calling for an investigation by the Culture Sport and Media Committee into club ownership in general and the situation at Coventry City in particular.
Turkey cannot remain indifferent to the oil and natural gas resources in northeastern Iraq, an executive of Genel Energy has said, as Genel Energy and Petoil have discovered quite high quality oil in the Chia Surkh site.
The octogenarian lawyer- turnedpolitician- turned- lawyer has claimed that he is indifferent to whatever the party might do to him -- suspension and a show- cause notice being the most recent of the BJP's actions.
He also announced that his party would remain impartial and indifferent to the entire election process as a bid to record protest.
Department of State and the European states to remain indifferent about the recent developments."
So my attention was immediately grabbed when the official Nations Cup website posed this interactive question: "How much will you miss the football season?" Voters could choose from a list of possible answers, ranging from the strangely girlish "I won't know what to do with myself!" to the frankly perverse "I'm looking forward to no football!" One option that raised a thorny philosophical question was: "I'm indifferent, really".
Reform rabbis often lead congregations whose overall culture is indifferent to Shabbat and kashrut, indifferent to daily prayer and intermarriage, and indifferent to religious literacy.
There are instances of poor, indifferent service in many retail outlets across the Gulf - during this period of lean demand.