Nonchalance

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  • the trait of remaining calm and seeming not to care; a casual lack of concern

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  • the trait of remaining calm and seeming not to care; a casual lack of concern

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  • Teaching kids at Khel Vikas was a rewarding experience says Ellie Hall
    As a recent graduate I was ready for a new adventure and this came in the form of an internship at Pro Sport Development in India. The term "culture shock" is often uttered with a kind of nonchalance. When I arrived in India, I truly understood what it felt like to be shocked by one's environment. It's quite an unnerving feeling. I was far away f Read more on this news related to 'Nonchalance'
  • Discerning Ghanaians to Tackle Dr Afari Gyan’s Crude One-man Showmanship
    For how long are discerning Ghanaians going to sit on the fence, looking on with total nonchalance while the obstinate septuagenarian, Dr Kwadwo Afari Gyan, the Chairman of the Electoral Commission, takes them for further tortuous rough rides? Read more on this news related to 'Nonchalance'
  • Lambert boys cruise in Coal Mountain
    By: Foster Lander Rare is the team that can shake off a sleepy start and a second-quarter deficit with an air of studied nonchalance, as if to say, ‘ah, we’ll get around to it eventually.’ Rarer still is the team that can do so, and still win by 29. To wit: the Lambert boys’ trip to North Forsyth on Tuesday evening. The Longhorns scored just nine points in Read more on this news related to 'Nonchalance'

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