Do you want to kill me?" (Ibid, 2) After this incident, the protagonist acts apathetically
; she remains silent and calm, that when he died, "[s]he returned to the living room and poured out the coffee for herself.
The author connects Bella's eating disorder to the fact that she is brutally bullied at school; this is portrayed in a series of events to which Bella responds apathetically
: "It doesn't matter that they hit me, and kicked me, or whatever.
In it, he argued that the country's Malay population had been marginalised, but also castigated them for apathetically
accepting a second-class status.
In 1997, during the renovation of the Mohatta Palace, workers apathetically
shifted the cars from the garage and left them outside in the open air from where most of the parts were stolen," Ikram said.
Further questioning failed to elaborate the issue any further, with President Trump apathetically
stating that; 'if they (Palestinians) don't (come back to the negotiating table), you don't have peace, and that's a possibility also.
Beacher Wiggins email@example.com Director for Acquisitions & Bibliographic Access, Library of Congress Terse and apathetically
*** A few minutes before one, Anne, still striking the guide-keys apathetically
, and staring out the window, became aware that the horrible din was ceasing--had ceased.
'Yet given all their occupational and professional standing, expertise, skill, and experience they apathetically
forgot the inclusion of illegal drugs or its possible inroads during the event,' the NBI said.
They are the disastrous subjects (Carr et al., 2015) of late capitalism as they cannot take even the most ephemeral gratification in the infantilizing merrymaking of commodity consumption, surviving trivially and repositioning apathetically
within a thoroughly reified setting.
Any notion that the controversial plan would be grudgingly accepted - or apathetically
allowed to slide through - were shattered there and then.