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(1) She gazed at the body with almost clinical detachment.
(2) His air of detachment lost him many friends.
(3) He watched her suffering with clinical detachment.
(4) One detachment pushed into the eastern suburbs towards the airfield.
(5) He viewed the world with Olympian detachment.
(6) He viewed the problem with Olympian detachment.
(7) He felt a sense of detachment from what was happening around him.
(8) The detachment of cables from the computer will take an hour.
(9) She felt a sense of detachment from what was going on.
(10) In judging these issues a degree of critical detachment is required.
(11) He shows impartiality and detachment.
(12) A detachment of Italian soldiers was sent to the area.
(13) He answered with an air of detachment.
(14) His mask of detachment cracked(sentencedict.com), and she saw for an instant an angry and violent man.
(15) She watched with complete detachment as the others made all the preparations.
(16) Detachment from the everyday gives us a higher view of our lives.
(17) Hence its rather lordly detachment, its contempt for superstition, and its obvious scepticism.
(18) If nothing else, the bank's comical detachment from real life may prove a comfort in these hard times.
(19) Beneath the wariness and studied detachment that made for a near-impenetrable protective shell, Alvin was lonelier than ever.
(20) We are at the mercy of our own detachment.
(21) The oft-quoted example of Nero playing the violin as Rome burned shows the Emperor's detachment from reality.
(22) He looked at the body with an almost clinical detachment.
(23) It is an important question, because it accounts for the detachment with which disasters were viewed at Salomon.
(24) He put out a hand and caressed her hair, her head, with tenderness and, she thought, curious detachment.
(25) Graham responded by collecting an army of his own, including a detachment of regular soldiers from the garrison at Carlisle.
(26) A few of the mothers talking here had also experienced quite severe postnatal depression and detachment from their babies.
(27) The child with high myopia is also at risk of further visual deterioration from muscular haemorrhage or retinal detachment.
(28) Affluent people tend to look upon illiteracy with comfortable detachment.
(29) The only beneficial peculiarity of environment was the sense of detachment from the outside world.
(30) Elias noted that to adopt this approach in our work requires a special effort of detachment.
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