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Anyone who is insouciant about a lower quality of public servant is allowing ideology to blind him to reality.
Krishna, has to repeatedly request Chinese authorities to be "sensitive" towards Indian concerns; yet, the former continues with its insouciant behaviour.
In reality, we should remain insouciant, like children, and keep working.
even the city-specific Second City shows covered in Strategies and the insouciant replies of David Ives on the back page--all fly the funny flags, even as they maintain a measure of seriousness.
There's an argument that South Africa are better offensively than the insouciant French and their players claim they will have overcome opening-day jitters.
still brims with the shock of its insouciant portrayal of war and putative rape; the barbarity of "Michael Kohlhaas," in which there is neither guilt nor innocence, is an indictment of both the concept of justice and of self-righteousness, lost in a vengeful fury of asymmetrical violence; only a state of grace akin to madness assuages the anarchic impulses at the beginning of "Saint Cecilia or the Power of Music.
Barnstorming running barefoot across beaches disguising themselves as Fascist wannabees cheating at roulette with Countess Maggie of Hoboken and gardening with King Sveaty the pair makes their insouciant way through mystery toward romance.
Combining the flair of two legends--Annie Ross for insouciant jazz swing and Millicent Martin for gleeful wit--the considerably younger Clare Burr delivered a dazzling set in her cabaret debut.
One has only to think Rigoletto and one is humming--as Saskatoon was after a week of performances--the Duke of Mantua's insouciant "La donna e mobile" or Gilda's "Caro nome," the beautiful meditation on the beloved's name.
As recent issues of the journal show, with essays on performances which cross generic and media boundaries, and reviews of scholarship (print and conference) in the field, the nineteenth century was an age of rich hybridity and insouciant profligacy in drawing on any and every form of performative communication available.
Throughout all this, however, Bean remains wonderfully insouciant.
Louis Lippa's one act, slight as it is, is anchored by Angela Cheng-Cimini's insouciant, fearless and winning turn as Francesca.
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