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No one today can afford to be indifferent to democracy because tyranny comes in all shapes and sizes.
Can you really claim to be indifferent to a subject if you're motivated enough to answer an internet poll claiming to be indifferent about it?
George Washington, who presided over the adoption of the Constitution and the Bill of Rights, stated in his farewell address that religion and morality are ``indispensable supports'' of political prosperity, that morality is a necessary spring of every species of free and popular government, and that a friend of free government cannot be indifferent to attempts to shake that foundation.
Much high profile architecture is created by superstars who often seem to be indifferent to what their work is made of, as long as it looks arresting on the pages of glossy magazines.
Although the inmate's treatment was found inadequate, the court declined to provide injunctive relief, reasoning that the director was no longer likely to be indifferent to the inmate's needs in the future as a result of the litigation.
16] These statistics suggest that most physicians may be indifferent to BBC and that the minority of physicians who should be concerned about BBC may be hurt significantly by the limit.
Medicare enrollees are likely to be indifferent to RBRVS initially.