"Oh, I've met him, that is all," and Tom tried to speak indifferently
"He is Amby Seedling, the chap who used to sometimes come and help at Talbothays," she explained indifferently
. "He actually inquired and found out that I had come here, and has followed me.
I groped for it, thinking it but some new invention of my jailers to add to my sufferings.
Osborne's trustees is out of town," he said indifferently
, "but my client wishes to meet your wishes, and have done with the business as quick as possible."
Let him give kingdoms or flower-leaves indifferently
. There are persons from whom we always expect fairy-tokens; let us not cease to expect them.
"It may be," answered the concierge indifferently
. " En effet , I have not seen him for several days."
He belonged to one of those middle-class families which were called indifferently
, in the impertinent language of the last century, the high bourgeoise or the petty nobility.
Carey glanced at it indifferently
, and passed it over to Philip.
Prince Andrew had gone out into the hall, and, turning his shoulders to the footman who was helping him on with his cloak, listened indifferently
to his wife's chatter with Prince Hippolyte who had also come into the hall.
The current ratings comes at the backdrop of the National team having performed indifferently
A number of poorly-trained police constables can be seen standing indifferently
at the entrance and exit points without bothering who is entering the court premise.
Sanaullah, a representative of the IT employees of the centre, told Dawn on Thursday that the staff members had been making a struggle to claim rights, especially service structure and timescale promotion, for the last couple of years but the PTI provincial government had been acting indifferently
though the higher courts had issued orders in their favour accepting a petition.