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unconcern

Profound uninterest or nonchalance out of proportion to societal norms. It is a characteristic of some brain diseases, including certain forms of brain injury, dementias, intoxications, and strokes.
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The police were directly clearly not to allow unconcerned people in, while only entitled peole were allowed entrance from designated entry, but he failed to obey,' he said.
Most likely to be unconcerned are homeowners in the North East, Wales and Scotland, while homeowners in the South East and the South West are the most concerned.
You may even believe the Tories and Labour are benign, caring and unconcerned with forming a powerful coalition, likewise, Farage's UKIP.
Reports state that Khan is ready to sack Magath, whose six-match reign dating back to February 14 has yielded only four points, but the German is unconcerned over his future.
EVERTON LADIES manager Andy Spence has told his squad they should be improving on last season's finish and he remains unconcerned by the Blues high profile exits.
Hales, though, is unconcerned by all that has gone on before on tour and feels his Twenty20 peers thinK the same.
No mobile phone SIM will be sold by an unconcerned person or at shops in the future.
The survey also found that 57% of respondents said they were unconcerned about meeting credit card payments, compared with 58% last year.
Summary: Jose Mourinho was unconcerned with the wayward shooting of his expensive attackers in Wednesday's 2-0 Champions League victory over Ajax.
WEST HAM boss Gianfranco Zola is unconcerned by Scott Parker finding his best form just before the transfer window opens.
First, we recruited 33 respondents from a statewide random sample survey who, although they agree we'd be a better society "if we all consumed less," said they are "unconcerned" when asked, "Are you unconcerned or concerned about climate change?
I accept that I have been campaigning for some time for greater access to public conveniences and that the government have been generally unconcerned about this issue.