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Goethe interprets such a swift adoption of the foreign that unconcernedly accommodates its foreignness to one's petty domestic universe as vulgar cosmopolitanism, from which he clearly distances himself.
The title of this film is aptly chosen, as one has a profound sense of dis-ease as soon as the ominous music begins, and we see a van burning while a fireman defecates unconcernedly in the street.
Everybody discussed me; and did it as unconcernedly as if I had been a cabbage.
Many of the men seated near the impromptu muezzin restrained smiles, eyes sparkling with amusement, as the speaker of the house issued reprimands and the paunchy zealot prattled unconcernedly on.
Frozen by indecision and insecurity, Charlie says nothing, and Susan walks unconcernedly away.
In the kitchen, I helped ease my mother into a chair and we sat at the kitchen table, Chata at my mother's feet, every now and then unconcernedly glancing at me.
The scene they came upon was of a young officer unconcernedly paddling about in a collapsible canvas boat.
Instead she offers a tiny vignette of one minor but telling incident in Thoreau's narrative: a scene where the author encounters an old man and his son unconcernedly loading seaweed cast up in abundance by the storm, with no thought to the dozens of bodies washed up nearby.
For all the fetishization of choice, Americans are taught by their institutions that there is only one way to live: casually, unconcernedly, without strong connections to anything but the provider state and its flag.
However, he leaps unconcernedly thence to Bernard of Clairvaux, seemingly ignoring the 700-odd years in between.
We set up my Leupold spotting scope and they showed me my first Himalayan ibex, feeding unconcernedly. These ibex were at some unthinkable and unapproachable distance above the village and into the high, slick rocks.
Cuba thumbs its nose at us, the European parliament unconcernedly puts an end to the seal hunt, and the Chinese still refuse to take the simple step of designating Canada an 'approved travel destination.' In Afghanistan, the government continues to blunder along, giving little evidence that it has learned much from our eight-year military expedition in that country.