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Proclaiming himself an old-fashioned passionate Democrat, he tells the decidedly unpassionate suburbanites, "I am you," which seems to please them anyway.
Reynolds shows Banks uncorrupted by his exotic experiences, not gesticulating like a foreigner -- a practice regarded with contempt -- but obeying Adam Smith's injunction that `The behaviour which is reckoned polite in England is a calm, composed, unpassionate serenity noways ruffled by passion'.
Paul Rosano, 29, of Edinburgh, rang a phone-in on independent radio stations and denounced Salmond as "unpassionate, unconvincing, and uncharismatic".
(8.) I differ from Segal, who claims the "unpassionate" frame narrator "enumerates [Carmen's] visibility in an almost mathematical manner" (42).