matter of factness

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Instead of emotions of either guilt or matter of factness after aborting, they express feelings of mourning, void, loss and malaise.
In those incomparably vivid first few months he'd told her a few things about his childhood with the nonchalant matter of factness she'd found so attractive.
Their music marries the matter of factness of North East band counterparts, such as Maximo Park and Field Music.
"These incidents happen," he says with a matter of factness. But he tells of a lighter side too.
I admire Morris's matter of factness, yet, all the same and with respect, I have the sense in reading through this collection that she lost an opportunity to describe the shift in perspective--not only as human being, but as traveler in the world--that must come from such a radical physical transformation.