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The travel-stained adventurers gazed after her in astonishment, and even the unemotional Indians, journeying in with their pelties, relaxed their accustomed stoicism as they marvelled at the beauty of the pale-faced maiden.
In just 20 minutes on screen, he created the template for a whole generation of James Bond villains, cool, unemotional and utterly evil.
Interrogators should consider using unemotional themes with this type of offender.
Rather than timing the market, Reese maintained an unemotional approach which saw him fully invested throughout the entire competition.
He tells his story in a straight-forward, unemotional way that makes it even more chilling.
For all the oriental splendour of glittering costumes and bare flesh and the unfolding of a tragic love triangle, the first two acts are stylised and unemotional, the dancers more concerned with over-acting and delivering the choreography than with projecting the passion of the story to the audience.
Lane and Bruner emphasized they will launch "a modest and truthful, unemotional campaign" to gain support to defeat on Nov.
Muhammad stood unemotional as the verdict was read, looking straight ahead with the same enigmatic look he had throughout the trial.
CHEAP (feels it, too) and utterly unemotional transport.
He says art isn't like science, it isn't analytical, abstract, unemotional, left-brain, Apollonian.
Norman Longmate's account is detailed, unemotional, and chilling.
Jooss would scan the studio from left to right demonstrating the unemotional, penetrating gaze he wanted, "Like the beam of a lighthouse.