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NEW YORK: Can you be a dispassionate, uninvolved observer of horrific events, recording them for posterity, and still keep a sense of right and wrong, not to mention your sanity?
The racing ethos, as far as many owners, trainers and jockeys are concerned, is alien to the expectations of the ordinary, uninvolved or unconnected punter and racegoer.
No significant difference was noted between expression in the uninvolved skin of psoriasis patients and samples from normal controls.
It seems that the African American middle and professional classes have somewhat chosen to remain uninvolved in the rebuilding and redevelopment of New Orleans and the Gulf Coast post-Hurricane Katrina.
Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, who is in Singapore, has telephoned several other ASEAN leaders and pointed out that ASEAN ''could not credibly remain silent or uninvolved in this matter,'' the ministry said.
2] studied the penetration of polyethylene glycol into uninvolved skin of patients with AD.
An additional 25 percent expressed a belief in a distant, uninvolved God, one with no concern for humans.
Then a few days ago, my daughter Mary forwarded me a copy of Rebecca Eckler's Globe and Mail column about self-named SMUMS: smart, middle-class, uninvolved mothers.
AS a Colorado teenager from a politically uninvolved family, he fell hard for Richard Nixon--but it was a solitary crush; he was, he insists, the only Nixon fan in his high school.
Perhaps the Heritage string players were reflecting upon it as they sat tense and edgy, yet strangely uninvolved, through much of the evening.
A frequent excuse for not involving parents is the belief that Latino parents are either not interested, are uninvolved, or do not speak the language (Osterling, 2001).
It requires auditors to prepare documentation sufficient for an experienced auditor previously uninvolved in a particular audit to understand the work performed, the evidence obtained, significant matters arising during the audit and the auditor's conclusions.