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INDIFFERENT. To have no bias nor partiality. 7 Conn. 229. A juror, an arbitrator, and a witness, ought to be indifferent, and when they are not so, they may be challenged. See 9 Conn. 42.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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During the management of nonarrhythmic conditions like radio-frequency ablation of hepatic tumors, increased level of radio-frequency energy is frequently used, causing higher incidence of potential complications including skin burns at the site of the indifferent electrode patch [9].
Thanking to the Tuna Foundation, a Romanian municipal authority said he hope their cooperation will continue with Turkish volunteers who help disadvantage indifferent who they are.
UNITED STATES GERRMANY UNITED KINGDOM COUCH POTATOES 33% 41% 33% COUCH CHATTERERS 11% 19% 8% TV OTTERS 25% 21% 28% MODERATE MULTISCREENERS 12% 8% 13% INDIFFERENT MULTISCREENERS 11% 8% 9% MANIC MULTISCREENERS 8% 3% 10% FRANCE ITALY COUCH POTATOES 36% 22% COUCH CHATTERERS 9% 12% TV OTTERS 32% 27% MODERATE MULTISCREENERS 8% 12% INDIFFERENT MULTISCREENERS 10% 17% MANIC MULTISCREENERS 5% 10% SOURCE: HUB ENTERTAINMENT RESEARCH Note: Table made from pie chart
His campaign in the 2006 World Cup in germany ended with a red card for stamping on Portugal defender Ricardo Carvalho in a quarter-final defeat, while in the 2010 World Cup in South Africa, he turned in a series of indifferent performances.
"But my party will remain impartial and indifferent to the entire electoral procedure" he said elaborating that his none from his party members would cast vote in favour of any candidate.
Restaurant staff are slower and forgetful, pharmacy staff are rude and indifferent.
The international community should not stay indifferent to this, the Union of Muslims of Kyrgyzstan claimed."According to the Qur'an, other Muslims should not stay indifferent to unfair killing of other Muslims.
ALEX McLeish was not best pleased with too many 'indifferent' performances by his players at Burnley.
"Hierophant": It was the oldest, coldest place in England: / his face emerged as from a dark pool / that night, the indifferent calm eyes deep, / a reticence in the bridge of the nose, hands / white as cuttle-bones.
In Homer's world the outcomes of Odysseus' situation are determined by responsive and involved gods, whereas in "The Open Boat" the four companions must face an impersonal and indifferent nature as the greatest determining force.
In charge of an indifferent team who finished bottom of an indifferent Champions League group.