nonchalance


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the trait of remaining calm and seeming not to care

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Alora exudes the remarkable nonchalance of the typecast taekwondo-jin as fight day nears, neither showing anxiety nor smugness.
Gemayel also accused the Lebanese of nonchalance vis-A'-vis the attack against the Saudi embassy in Tehran and finally urged the government to adopt a "responsible position" in this context.
Zane Lowe loved debut single Parasite so much that he played it three times in the same show and NME have made it their track of the week, describing it as "break-break neck guitar and frenzied cymbals like e Strokes swapping their cool nonchalance for an intense 100mph workout.
Moscow, SANA- Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said the foreign interference in the affairs the Middle East countries and the nonchalance about the future of their people have caused extremism and terrorism to spread.
Duet," a hand-drawn, lyrical look at the intertwined lives of a boy and girl from birth through adulthood, was born of a marriage between art and technology that Keane calls the studied nonchalance of sprezzatura--art that hides its art.
THE song title may imply a certain nonchalance but pop star Cheryl will be cracking open the champagne after becoming the first British female solo artist to have five number one singles.
He was a left–footed maestro on the field, conducting proceedings with a nonchalance that fans loved and opponents could only respect.
CANNOT agree with Pat Allan's nonchalance about Scotland cutting itself adrift from the UK (Letters, September 5).
SITTING at traffic lights in San Jose, I couldn't help notice the nonchalance of the driver alongside me.
Dans un communique publie, jeudi 24 juillet, Wided Bouchamaoui, presidente de l'UTICA, a affirme ne pas avoir declare que le port de Rades est le principal point de passage de marchandises de contrebande, ni accuse le gouvernement de nonchalance ', tel que relate par certains medias.
The move reflects growing impatience in Germany at what is perceived as US nonchalance about being caught spying on a close ally.
The armed groups have shirked their commitments and shown nonchalance about the blood of Palestinians, the Palestinian minister said.
I adore the James Bond style nonchalance but it does seem just a bit too good to be true.
Summary: The British parliamentary rejection of military intervention in Syria Thursday night was not a sign of isolationism or nonchalance over the alleged use of chemical weapons by the Syrian regime, but rather it reflects a necessary use of caution and prudence in these chaotic times.
Bulldozers push the remnants of tents, posters, mattresses and everything else that was used in the makeshift camp with indiscriminate nonchalance in heaps, in complete disregard of what falls under their mighty shovels.