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disinterested

adjective Unbiased, objective
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He admits that while he was able to tackle them disinterestedly, he started A Well-Rounded Life with an admiration of his subject, as he had supported the SDP from its formation, when it threatened to change the landscape of British politics, much like UKIP today.
For Belton, as for Griggs, God represents the highest form of love, through which one actively loves one's enemies unselfishly, disinterestedly, and unconditionally.
The with-it liberal's moral world is divided between offenders and offended; there is no possibility of a third-party view or an outside position from which reason could judge disinterestedly.
In their version the novel opens with the protagonist Michael Rost sitting in a Paris cafe, wandering the night streets, contemplating suicide by the Seine, and then disinterestedly heading back with a prostitute to her place, and concludes with Rost arriving home to break up with a previously unmentioned girlfriend.
Yeah, gotcha," I nodded disinterestedly while scanning bodies on the lawn.
The demand requirement, a procedural hurdle of derivative suits, has stymied plaintiffs that are unable to show that directors cannot disinterestedly assess whether to pursue a claim for violations.
To all the women who voluntarily and disinterestedly participated in the study, and to the staff involved in data collection at the different health centers.
The undusted, glossed over quotes from Habib Jalib, Faiz, Zehra Nigah and others begin to blear bombastically, in hitherto smugly nurtured silence that otherwise hangs disinterestedly over vanquished vigils and doomed dreams.
But there are so many different kinds of fiction, so many standards by which to judge a novel, so many ways in which one work may excel another, whose judgment is so widely and deeply and disinterestedly informed that they can presume to say which handful of them are 'the best.
7) Only a power above the routine law can act rapidly, decisively, thoroughly, and disinterestedly enough to avert such an extinction event.
This trajectory would not have been possible without the participation of each and every one of the authors, and of the hundreds of reviewers who collaborate disinterestedly in the assessment of the manuscripts.
I mop the stairs, she does the floors and fill up the bucket with dirty water and gives it to me to dispose of it," he says disinterestedly.

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