coldhearted

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Adj.1.coldhearted - lacking in sympathy or feeling
unloving - not giving or reciprocating affection
warmhearted - marked by warmth of feeling like kindness and sympathy and generosity; "gave a warmhearted welcome to the stranger"
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No day passes without the mass murder of Nigerian soldiers on the front lines, which has prompted the Chief of Army Staff, Tukur Buratai, to concede that Boko Haram is winning the war, although he coldheartedly attributed this to 'insufficient commitment to a common national and military cause by those at the frontlines.'
The showrunners clearly love the actor as they even give him a subsequent scene where Tormund accuses Jaime of coldheartedly stealing Brienne away.
Overall this tragic incident has exposed the highly efficient LEAs in Pakistan, which could not trace the kidnaped SP, who was subsequently killed coldheartedly in Afghanistan.
If "The Wolf of Wall Street" took flak in some quarters for complicitly reveling in the glossy moral bankruptcy of its otherwise loaded brokers, such an accusation is unlikely to be leveled against "Equity." Meera Menon's refreshingly female-skewed financial thriller proves that the women of Wall Street can be just as coldheartedly corrupt as the boys, but most viewers won't be remotely seduced by the pitiless pressure-cooker surroundings its drawn-faced characters inhabit.