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im pa siv lee

  • r  in an impassive manner
    he submitted impassively to his arrest

  • His assassin, a lean, pale, 26-year-old Egyptian lawyer named Mahmud Issawi, submitted impassively to arrest.
  • But most of them listened impassively as police politely told them they were arrested; then they picked up their packs and boarded the waiting buses for the 25-minute ride to .
  • In one scene, the couple's three children huddle together on a bed and listen impassively to the screams and blows coming from the other room.
News & Articles

  • Dolphins seek turnover turnaround in 2013
    DAVIE, Fla. (AP) -- A goal-line interception at Miami Dolphins practice Monday prompted shouts of delight on defense and a collective sag of the shoulders on offense. There was no expression of either celebration or frustration by coach Joe Philbin, who instead impassively looked at his shoes.
    Aug. 12, 2013 - The Associated Press via Yahoo! Sports

  • Will Shortz in Seattle Times
    We're on the computer, but we're thinking,Shortz said. "You're not thinking impassively anymore, like when you're watching TV. You're thinking."
  • President Bush in
    The presence of Russia's policemen in the province depends on what will happen in future. If the International Presence starts violating, in essence, Resolution 1244, we won't be gazing at it impassively. A lot will depend on the opinion of... Vladimir Titov Kommersant Jul 28, 2008 49907 67641 impatience It would be an unforgiveable mistake for leaders in Washington to allow politics and impatience to stand in the way of protecting the American people," Bush said in comments to reporters at the White House.

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