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Simple formula: Delay, stonewall and wait for a supine and protective press to turn spectacularly incurious.
Gold-plated CEO pay and perks also feature, along with generous remuneration for incurious directors.
The diplomat Charles Ritchie noted in his diary that the US troops seemed completely incurious, and looked as if they were among strange animals.
He will be forever known as Incurious George: the man disinterested when first told about the Savile investigation; who missed the national publicity for the Newsnight expose, and even the programme itself; the one man in the BBC who doesn't read The Guardian.
Undermined by overzealous prosecutors, a hobby-horse for incurious politicians, too often taken unseriously [sic] by jurors and witnesses, capital punishment in America has devolved since 1976 into a costly, inaccurate, racially biased, and unseemly proposition.
The passive and compliant personality that allows Elsa to seamlessly become Laura makes her at times a maddeningly incurious narrator, unwilling to acknowledge any unpleasantness lurking beneath the sun-dappled surface.
Her meager voice is not necessarily, or always, the problem; perhaps it's more that she's incurious about making the best of a weakness.
Cuthbert Cunny-catcher, The Defence of Conny catching or A Confutation of those two incurious Pamphlets published by R.
On George W Bush: "He's unusually incurious, abnormally unintelligent, amazingly inarticulate, fantastically uncultured, extraordinarily uneducated, and apparently quite proud of all these things.
He says: "the majority of mankind is lazy-minded, incurious, absorbed in vanities, and tepid in emotion, and is therefore incapable of either much doubt or much faith" [364].
church would be so incurious as to not read such a letter, let alone not demand to know everything there was to know about the circumstances, or not meet with the principal to learn more about her concern.