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dispassionate

dis pa shuh nuht

  • s  unaffected by strong emotion or prejudice
    a journalist should be a dispassionate reporter of fact

  • It is immensely important that Lie's chosen path of academia affords him the tools to analyze and assess our economy in a dispassionate, unbiased way.
  • Well, here's the deal: small towns have their own value systems, and in this situation those values are a lot more valid than the dispassionate, pushy inquisitiveness that .
  • Yet to acerbic critics and ardent fans alike -- and Sondheim, at 57, is surely the most controversial major figure in the American theater -- his own dispassionate characterization .
News & Articles

  • Post Tenebras Lux
    Highly Recommended THE FILM I suppose there's a certain degree of "shock value" to the work of the fascinating, tremendously gifted Mexican writer-director Carlos Reygadas. In films like his debut, 2002's Jap n , or his despairingly gorgeous 2005 masterpiece, Battle in Heaven , a deadpan, unflinching, near-pornographic (except much too dispassionate) sexual explicitness vis- -vis physically ...
    Aug. 28, 2013 - DVD Talk
Quotes

  • Stephen Harper in Reuters Canada
    The government is surprised and concerned by the change of story in the testimony today. This government will examine the facts and will respond in a manner that is objective, professional and dispassionate,Harper told Parliament.
  • David Paterson in Washington Post
    This is why we have dispassionate law enforcement that looks into these situations,Paterson said. "We should leave it in their hands and support them, which I do."

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