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More off-putting is the fact that following the public criticisms that trailed the President's glaring aloofness and failure to visit the direct victims during his whistle stops in Taraba and Plateau states, his handlers have now arranged a put-on visit to some Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) camps in Benue, which is nothing but a posturing stunt to further deceive the people.
Her mother's aloofness stings more than Renley can admit.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said on Wednesday that members of the US congress have the Stone Age mentality of aggression and aloofness.
Aquino earned the ire of the public for his supposed aloofness toward the Mamasapano fiasco, particularly due to his absence during the arrival of the troopers' remains in Villamor Airbase, while he attended the inauguration of an automobile company.
Despite the complexity and aloofness that ask the listener to work a little harder, she's not stretching or straining here.
Her collection is a reflection of feminine perspective on love, romance, aloofness, separation and intimacy, private TV channel reported.
KUWAIT, Dec 3 (KUNA) -- His Highness the Crown Prince Sheikh Nawaf Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah is scheduled to patronize "the youth volunteering meeting to face terrorism," organized by the Ministry of State for Youth Affairs, under the theme, "Volunteering is co-existence and extremism is aloofness.
Nigel's artful capturing of the Gallaghers' aloofness and arrogance helped the finished Wonderwall win Best British Video at the Brit Awards.
The use of the epithet 'vulgar' is as meaningless as criticising Bach's 'Art of Fugue' for its austere aloofness, for the work is what it is - of its time and place and designed for precisely the effect which Mr Stinchcombe so derides.
Some solace is to be found in the company of young Kaito, despite his seeming aloofness to her romantic overtures.
Her comment that every woman has suffered the bruising aloofness and mistrust and suspicion of men, especially clerics, is quite true among the hierarchy
Nick Forbes, however, has had nothing to do with our city's opposition to cuts and displays a staggering level of aloofness and ignorance in relation to local anticuts campaigning.