care nothing for


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The moral I draw is that the writer should seek his reward in the pleasure of his work and in release from the burden of his thought; and, indifferent to aught else, care nothing for praise or censure, failure or success.
I am sorry for you, my child, but I am very poor, I care nothing for bookish rubbish, I shall not be there.
Don't you understand that either we are officers serving our Tsar and our country, rejoicing in the successes and grieving at the misfortunes of our common cause, or we are merely lackeys who care nothing for their master's business.
This cruel administration care nothing for the human cost of their austerity agenda.
The unelected EU elite only want our huge, and rising, contributions (passed on to our competitors), they care nothing for our wellbeing.
It seems these MPs care nothing for the overwhelming mandate given to Jeremy Corbyn by the membership of the Labour Party.
We are being ripped off mercilessly by fatcats who care nothing for the hard-pressed British people.
They are completely irresponsible and care nothing for sick, elderly, disabled and unemployed people, which is confirmed by their present social, welfare legislation which places them lower than straw.
In other words, they care nothing for their country's future or environment.
Those who care nothing for their life in this world will keep it for eternity" (v.
Our higher education system is so far removed from this that universities have become nothing more than paper-pushing, draconian institutions that care nothing for the welfare of their students.
Those who vote to keep it will show they care nothing for the 660,000 households struggling to cope with this cruel burden.