And his argument that we are heading to certain fiscal disaster is quite calmly and dispassionately made.
dispassionately observing from the far corner of the chamber balcony stood still more lobbyists.
That planning is best done deliberately, dispassionately and holistically.
When I come to look back upon the circumstances calmly and dispassionately now, I'm not entirely surprised at its unhappy end.
And now let us dispassionately, if possible, regard the evidence.
He spoke in a low, even monotone, dispassionately, as though for him the incident no longer was of interest.
He shook his head emphatically, but his voice was as dispassionately brusque as ever.
"But not by buzzing will we crush the bear," Mr. Wickson went on coldly and dispassionately.
He had talked of it with her, and he knew how dispassionately she awaited Florimond's return.
"Well, I suppose that's the way some people might look at it," said Lyra dispassionately.