non-committally


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non-committally

[ˌnɒnkəˈmɪtlɪ] ADVsin comprometerse
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It would be a remarkable discovery," I said non-committally, for the whole thing seemed too fantastic for aught but speculative purposes.
Perhaps in that spirit, the Toronto Globe and Mail non-committally settled on two different star ratings for Mother
Although Gray non-committally cites a famous Marcel Waline quote to the effect that Hauriou was 'as important in the history of ideas as Marx', today--twenty years after the fall of the Soviet Union--there may now be sufficient reason to believe that Hauriou's impact has indeed finally eclipsed that of Marx.
While one of his former clubs toils away against relegation and another hovers non-committally in mid-table, Jon Higgins' current team are in the midst of a remarkable season.
Answering the more detailed question as to specific legal and other initiatives, Oettinger talks non-committally of interlinking the promised 2010-2014 energy action plan more closely with the EU's general climate and energy strategy for 2020 as well as similar goals such as as carbon-free energy mix and greater energy security.
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