cool and slightly hostile and detachedly
PSD-UNPR-PC alliance won the elections detachedly
, obtaining 37.
As Thomson Vessey (1999:29) points out, only experience can endow a lover with the serenity to share his pain as simply and detachedly
as Horace does in his Odes, with particular reference to Carmen 1.
She is a "fair Nymph," "lovely," and picturesque, lying under a citron tree--portrayed detachedly
, as a picture.
2) This decision was directly based on the example of Afghanistan, where the United States had detachedly
observed--to its later regret--as up to 20,000 foreign fighters traveled to the region in search of paramilitary training and expertise to launch a Sunni Muslim revolution.
Yet how weary, stale, flat, and unprofitable seem his amusements, whether bingeing nightly or detachedly
observing the usual drunken throng, bedding his eager mistress, matching wits with his mysterious downstairs neighbor Adam the astrologer, or pining after the lovely but elusive Viviana.
The convulsions that racked the country I observed detachedly
, as I got ready to go.