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  • The play, entitled The Indifferent Shepherd was not a great success, although it had a satisfactory run at the Criterion.

    An Autobiography

  • Becoming "Indifferent" 
 Through my research and psychotherapy with patients I've been discovering how and why some people defy the norm and generate new energy and vitality within their long-term relationships.

    Douglas LaBier: Recharge a Declining Relationship Through "Indifference"

  • Nokia Acquires Novarra to Improve Browsing Experience on Series 40 Devices eSarcasm Launches 'Indifferent' Button for the Whole Darn Internet Facebook plans to take over the entire web with a universal "like" button


  • CAIR Says Bush 'Indifferent' to Lives of Americans, Others in Gaza

    Winds Of Jihad By SheikYerMami

  • Nintendo not worried about Global Economy, Says Rival is 'Indifferent' Consumer

    Codename Revolution -- Nintendo Wii

  • Indifferent to his critical Cubist peers like Picasso, who dismissed Bonnard's style as "a potpourri of indecision" the painter might have replied, as he did in a letter to Matisse, that by roaming the countryside, "trying to see it as a peasant does," he was ridding himself of esthetic conventions in his own quiet way.

    From Bonnard's Vantage Point

  • Indifferent service, cloying sauces, incongruous pairings were bad enough; a ruined piece of fresh foie was unforgivable.

    A Foie Gras Tour de France

  • Indifferent execution: Is there anything sadder than a great idea that ends up stillborn because more energy went into the conceptualization than the execution?

    Shame! People will see them and cry…

  • Indifferent to convention though passionate about history and technical challenge, de Castellane's ideas are driven by an exuberant imagination, deriving from mixed sources such as the synthetic wonders of Technicolor; the Brothers Grimm and Walt Disney; Hollywood screen idols and manga characters.

    Evelyne Politanoff: Victoire de Castellane and Her Fabulous "Fleurs d'exces"

  • Indifferent though it has been toward Israeli interests, the Obama Administration recognized this libel for what it was and promised to stop the report from moving further.

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