It makes me cry when 200-year-old trees are apathetically
cut down to make way for expensive, unneeded roads - the arrogance of power.
1981); perhaps if the issue situation were viewed as uncontrollable, the issue would also be viewed as a probable failure and, therefore, very apathetically
But if football fans apathetically
sit back and wait for a white knight, he won't appear.
It was apathetically
mechanical" (McAlmon 1992, 62-63).
In a two-channel projection entitled Flock, a herd (of people) squats apathetically
in an outdoor space on the periphery of an urban setting.
She was disappointed once again when the students responded apathetically
How would you respond if this "expert" apathetically
dragged his feet to the podium, had a phony-looking smile painted across his face, and sweated heavily in a well-ventilated, air-conditioned room?
It showed that the rest of the free world was not standing by apathetically
Yes, he thought, in large states it was "a thing of yesterday," and all of us were drifting apathetically
, losing the heritage of freedom our fathers had won.
In Hungary, the mass deportations were either aided by local clergy or else apathetically
ignored, It was only on 25 June 1944 that Pius warned Admiral Horthy (perhaps, suggests the author, after pressure from the Swiss clergy).
Smile and the world smiles with you," is the line your eye is drawn to as you're flicking apathetically
through a book of poetry.
They engage apathetically
in banal activities--cocktail parties, card games, horse races--but beneath the surface they are playing out their own private dramas.