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Biology
a. (of cells or tissues) not differentiated or specialized
b. (of a species) not found in any particular community
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Oh, I've met him, that is all," and Tom tried to speak indifferently.
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.
He belonged to one of those middle-class families which were called indifferently, in the impertinent language of the last century, the high
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.
They will be indifferently executed either by the issue of purchase orders or by the conclusion of subsequent contracts.
Armenian officials acted indifferently towards the poverty figures in the country, according to him.
I was never treated indifferently, rather they always make me feel that I have a place in their home and life," she added.
While speaking in the Security Council debate on challenges to international peace and security, Lodhi said that people continue to suffer in both Palestine and Kashmir while the world continues to watch them struggle indifferently.
Even an indifferently informed badger could perceive the importance of staying on-side with the IMF.
Charlotte Bronte's report said: "Writes indifferently knows nothing of grammar" while Winston Churchill got: "Has no ambition.