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impersonal

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  • a  not relating to or responsive to individual persons
    an impersonal corporation
    an impersonal remark
  • s  having no personal preference
    impersonal criticism

  • Though he can be coldly impersonal in making business decisions, Gates has an emotional loyalty to a few old friends.
  • The concept behind these events is that restaurants are impersonal, stuffy and not nearly adventurous enough.
  • He defined God in an impersonal, deistic fashion, but he deeply believed that Gods handiwork was reflected in the harmony of natures laws and the beauty of all that exists.
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  • Fabio Capello in FOXSports.com
    Psychologically, they are a team that needs to find its confidence,Capello told Italian TV before traveling to London. "I watched them play against Russia and they looked a very impersonal side when playing. It's a team that needs to find...
  • Julian Fantino in 940 News
    Child porn is the sexual abuse of children - a brutal crime committed by despicable predators,Fantino said. "Every image of child pornography represents the irrefutable evidence of a child being brutalized; it's not just about impersonal,...
  • Paul Volcker in Los Angeles Times
    Extensive participation in the impersonal, transaction-oriented capital market does not seem to me an intrinsic part of commercial banking,Volcker said.

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