nonconcern

nonconcern

(ˌnɒnkənˈsɜːn)
n
a thing that is not a concern or matter of interesta lack of concern
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Especially in Pakistan it has become fashion that the nearest man of any ministry or minister becomes the chairman standing committee and advisor to them, Actually he is the nonconcern person to that job that's why the bureaucrats are unable to draw the best results for their policies which call passive policies after drawing a failure result in recovering remarkable taxing goals for the real prosperity of the nation.
Therefore, we felt the tests were explained thoroughly and were simple to follow, making test familiarity a nonconcern.
Being able to be a nonconcern during an economically concerning time is fantastic because it means I know I'm not putting any pressure on my company.
To return without even a token quantity, merely symbolic, would have counted as an act of nonconcern or, worse, sadism.
A theory of the change process was developed by Fuller (1969) who posited three developmental stages that preservice teachers go through: (a) nonconcern, (b) concern with self, and (c) concern with others.
If formerly, for example, he passed stores in cold nonconcern as if they were objects of slight gravitational pull that could neither influence nor alter his life, now they created an irrestistible wish to flee.
But the poem extends its parody to "women's poetry" as well, replacing the props of Stafford's poem with new (old) ones: the infinite dark gives way to the boundaries of the bright, fenced yard; car gives way to dustpan; all humanity, "us all," gives way to pragmatic interest in one's own "us" and a cheery nonconcern for one's neighbor, identified, in a nice suburban touch, only by occupation.