obliviousness


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the condition of being uninformed or unaware

freedom from worry, care, or unpleasantness

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total forgetfulness

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Yet, as Iwarnedin January, "the global mood [had] shifted from fear about political risks to obliviousness, even though many such risks still loom large." Moreover, while my preferred global indicators were all looking up, I worried about whether that would continue after the first half of 2018, given foreseeable complications such as monetary-policy tightening across advanced economies, especially in the US.
His wider obliviousness to road traffic means that, as a cycling father, I'm going to need both a lot of patience as well as a very firm grip of his collar near crowded junctions.
Two House leaders are calling for the conduct of an information drive on federalism this summer, if only to remedy what President Rodrigo Duterte had referred to as Filipinos' obliviousness to the topic.
She assured that the issue would be taken up in the National Assembly, saying that due to the government's obliviousness, the country's top university was facing such a severe crisis.On the other hand, ASA President Dr Aqeel Bukhari said that despite being an important part of the educational system, no attention was being paid to the grievances of the academic staff.
One final concern is that, while not having gone full circle, the global mood has shifted from fear about political risks to obliviousness, even though many such risks still loom large.
As I said, there's still a lot of racism and sexism out there far more than, in my obliviousness, I realised.
Swanda's dog, Waldo, is portrayed as more aware of things than Swanda herself, but his attempts at suggestions and warnings to Swanda are thwarted by both her obliviousness and his lack of human speech.
ISLAMABAD -- Residents of capital's sector I-8/2 have regretted obliviousness of Capital Development Authority to growth of an illegal graveyard, starting from two graves a few years back and taking the tally now to around six dozen graves.
The Culture Ministry is to distribute preemptive posters in art schools ahead of the new year that say, "NO PAINTINGS OF BIBI WITH NOOSES." The Gaza border is to be lined with signs every 300 meters that say, "NO TUNNELS." The police department can now be scrapped altogether and instead we will put up signs that say, "NO BAD GUYS." Husbands are to be distributed decals to hang throughout the house that say, "NO NAGGING" while wives will receive the "NO OBLIVIOUSNESS" series.
The DPS has three factors or subscales: Obliviousness, Imagination, and Detachment.
Her obliviousness to subsistence issues and apparent disregard toward the people's want and suffering at the time of Revolution was encapsulated in that famous saying--so much so that the phrase's depth of indifference enshrined her as the "wicked queen." Even as it is known that these words were not her own, one cannot help but align the phrase with the fall of the French monarchy, even as this fall in 1791 and her maligned reputation that led to her execution in 1793 were precipitated by other events that occurred years before the March on Versailles.
He argues that the negotiations were not as disastrous as they appear, while highlighting an underrated reason for their failurenamely, the U.S.'s centrality to the talks, and the arrogant mix of heavy-handedness and obliviousness that characterized Washington's dealings with both the Israelis and Palestinians.
Unsurprisingly, their carefree dancing, work-free lifestyle, and general obliviousness to the outside world are eventually interrupted by dismal reality.
Daisy's character dominates the story with her impetuousness and obliviousness to her own selfishness, but she has a good heart.
Faced with such obliviousness, South Asian youth are under twice the pressure they should be as residents of a third world developing region.