So grey, so slow, so quiet, so impassionate
, so very bumpy in the head, Patriarch was the word for him.
In an impassionate
appeal for more international aid, Khalil referred to the disappointment expressed by World Bank President Jim Yong Kim during his visit in June, when he stressed that the donor community needed to step up its support to stave off the disastrous impact of the refugee crisis.
Noumber (t) sober] B1, B3 | the sober, B2 (u) unpassionate] B1, B2 | impassionate
B3 (v) Lust] Lusts B2 | lusts B3
Retd) Syed Masood-ul-Hassan told that Indian leadership avoids meeting PM Nawaz and he expresses impassionate
closeness with India in meetings which is upsetting, he added.
The divine being should thus be infinite, immutable, impassionate
, and eternal, but also omniscient, omnipotent and omnipresent.
In a relaxed but impassionate
style, Shaikh Mohammed answered umpteen questions raised by members of the public and the media at an unprecedented interactive dialogue session.
In an impassionate
address to thousands of anti-military protesters in Tahrir Square on Friday -- a day before he took office, Mursi pledged to retrieve all presidential powers stripped by the generals.
women of all ages led the chants, many accompanied by their sons and daughters in a show of solidarity.
Last year, Barack Obama stood before the General Assembly and delivered an impassionate
call for Palestinian statehood within a year.
For it was far more than a collusion of impassionate
forces loosed against the canyon that night.
The talk from the radio is news, and the subdued, impassionate
tone of the speaker impersonates the monotone of newspeak, the ability of the media to deliver the most fantastic information with a detached, amoral professionalism.
What's also clear is the crash, and almost immediate recovery in the markets that afternoon, came when impassionate
computers overwhelmed the efforts of human traders to stop the carnage.