unsensitive

unsensitive

(ʌnˈsɛnsɪtɪv)
adj
not sensitive
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pollution makes the lake unsustainable] because it would make it like really unhealthy and then not the highly sensitive creatures like the stonefly nymph would live in the lake, only the very unsensitive to pollution bugs would live in it.
The evaluation experiments on the BN audio data, [34], proved that a combination of acoustic features--modeled by mel-frequency cepstral coefficients (MFCCs)--and our proposed phoneme-recognition features constituted the most powerful representation of audio data, which were robust enough and relatively unsensitive to different training and unforseen conditions.
Later, Edward Chamberlain (1962), Joan Robinson (1969), and Nicholas Kaldor (1934), among others, explored the significance of "gaps in the chain of substitutes" that might be used to identify distinct market boundaries in common situations where, as the last of these masters put it, "different producers are not selling either 'identical' or "different' products, but 'more or less different products'--the demand confronting them being neither completely sensitive nor completely unsensitive to the prices charged by other producers.
The first movement felt over-relaxed, even rather timid at times, though it was never unsensitive.
my only reservations were about the slightly unsensitive feel of the steering.
In similar fashion, rules play a negative role in Bauman's text and are unvaryingly associated with unthinking and unsensitive (rule-abiding) people, with bureaucratic bigotry or malice, in short, with the ugly face of bureaucracy.