Indifference Definition

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1. 'Who cares?' said Alex, feigning indifference. 1
2. "Giles phoned this morning," Mirella said with feigned indifference. 1
3. A great wave of compassion had swept away his indifference and impatience. 1
4. A variety of middle school students are poor in writing because of their obstacles in psychology. This paper offers some countermeasures in eliminating their dreadfulness, indifference and antagonism. 1
5. Abnormal death-rate and indifference to traditional ethics seriously restricted the population quality in the midst of Shaanxi province. 1
6. After the first blush of sin comes its indifference; and from immoral it becomes, as it were, unmoral, and not quite unnecessary to that life which we have made. 0
7. All politics are based on the indifference of the majority.  1
8. All that is necessarily involved is a sense of belonging that excludes indifference to the group as well as alienation from it. 1
9. America has a history of indifference to racial discrimination. 1
10. An indifference curve is usually assumed to be convex. 1
11. And the country's indifference to trendy boutique hotels and splashy resorts — long the lament of global tourism professionals — is just what appeals to a more discerning clientele. 1
12. And what sort of woman was she anyway, to treat his Casanova habits with such casual indifference? 1
13. Andy assumed an air of indifference whenever her name was mentioned. 1
14. Anna tapped on the glass and Griselda opened her eyes, stared with cold indifference and closed them again. 1
15. Any such level of output will put the median voter on a higher indifference curve than would the reversion level. 1
16. Artie treated most women with indifference. 1
17. As he watched them leave Converse felt that he had failed to communicate indifference. 1
18. As that waspish wag once remarked, "There is nothing harder than the softness of indifference." 1
19. At first, this paper presents that the level of risk tolerance is a practical and approximate method to make investment objective, which can replace the finding of investor's indifference curve. 1
20. Attentiveness is the path to true life; indifference is the path to death. 1
21. Attributes having indifference threshold were sale price and top speed. 1
22. Bitterness because his hero's welcome had turned into indifference to this dishevelled, hectoring, old - fashioned figure. 1
23. Both contrasted this apparent indifference with the West's readiness to criticize the damaging of rainforest by logging. 1
24. Brutality and indifference to just-war principles of discrimination and proportionality can also eviscerate legitimacy. 1
25. Busyness, indifference , and fear often top the list. 1
26. But he has sterling qualities, particularly courage and a total indifference to public opinion. 1
27. But if we treat customers with indifference or tolerate bloat, our businesses will wither. 1
28. But if we treat customers with indifference or tolerate bloat, our businesses will wither.This website/wither.html 1
29. But the implied unity of mankind seems to stem from indifference. 1
30. But we need to keep in mind that the healthy separateness we are discussing here is not intended to mean indifference or even contentiousness with others. 1

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