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Two or three hands went to two or three eyes when Squeers said this, but the greater part of the young gentlemen having no particular parents to speak of, were wholly uninterested in the thing one way or other.
At this sweeping rebuke, which the cook had only pointed, the rest of the crew became uninterested and fell to work at one task or another.
and Garm would shift one forepaw over the other, and curl himself round, leaving Bob to whine at a most uninterested back.
From time to time one or another of them had passed close to Teeka, and Tarzan had been uninterested.
The sensation experienced by Franz was evidently not peculiar to himself; another, and wholly uninterested person, felt the same unaccountable awe and misgiving.
The trumpet-box was pouring out a string of the most elaborate abuse that even Kim had ever heard, in a high uninterested voice, that for a moment lifted the short hairs of his neck.
The man thought it might be Bill, but he thought in a dull, uninterested way.
Everything was silent except the leaves of the trees, which were gently agitated by the wind; the night was nearly dark, and the scene would have been solemn and affecting even to an uninterested observer.
But she claimed Mr Osborne did not have "the faintest idea" whether the reliefs were working and was uninterested in evidence that con-flicted with his own "political prejudices".
Meanwhile, Lola's struggling to connect with Peter who's still uninterested in her, plus she's upset with Jay after he reveals he's moving away with Abi.
KEVIN Pietersen has hit back at comments made by England and Wales Cricket Board managing director Paul Downton, insisting suggestions that he was uninterested during the disastrous Ashes whitewash are "wholly untrue".
She added: "What Alistair Carmichael highlighted was how totally uninterested Westminster is in child poverty and the needs of people in Scotland.