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Again and again I had registered a vow that I should deliver my soul upon the subject, but there was that in the cool, nonchalant air of my companion which made him the last man with whom one would care to take anything approaching to a liberty.
As he passed near the inn, he hesitated, as if asking himself whether or no he should enter it; gave a glance towards us, took a few whiffs at his pipe, and then resumed his walk at the same nonchalant pace.
She watched his progress towards the pavilion, saw him now responding condescendingly to an ingratiating bow, now exchanging friendly, nonchalant greetings with his equals, now assiduously trying to catch the eye of some great one of this world, and taking off his big round hat that squeezed the tips of his ears.
In manner he was slow and, as it were, nonchalant, and at the same time studiously free and easy; he made efforts to conceal his self-importance, but it was apparent at every instant.
But Lalu remains nonchalant over the projection of only Nitish in the posters.
But raising a glass of the stuff with Scott Mills on Radio 1, a nonchalant Vanessa, 53, says: "I didn't know you could drink custard.
The staff are nonchalant, it's dirty, it's stuffed full of fake bargains - and it expects customers to endure those annoying DIY tills.
The "Right to Revenge" Today's appalling attack on worshipers at a Jerusalem synagogue that killed at least four people should serve as an urgent wake-up call to all those who take a nonchalant attitude toward the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
The school girls' captivity is largely symptomatic of the failure of the Nigerian government and the world's nonchalant attitude, to effectively regroup, combat and eradicate the threat of Boko Haram.
The lone stone-cold killer (pictured), who'd previously dispatched a three-storey building full of rival mobsters with just a semi-automatic machine gun and a nonchalant shrug, was now wearing nylon slacks, listening to cheesy LPs and holding bean-dip dinner parties for his newfound circle of rival mobsters with just a semi-automatic machine gun and a nonchalant shrug, was now wearing nylon slacks, listening to cheesy LPs and holding bean-dip dinner parties for his newfound circle What on earth possessed Lester, having spotted his old adversary in a Las Vegas hotel bar, to go over and strike up a conversation in the first place though?
Scrummaging could be particularly problematic, but past experiences - notably at Bristol club Dings Crusaders - have left Marler nonchalant as he prepares to lock horns with the Scots' front row.
And on the 2013 runway worn by a skinny young model, the off-the-shoulder dress was textbook nonchalant Stella sexiness.