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David Relman, a microbiologist at Stanford University, says a lab leak was never the subject of a “fair and dispassionate discussion of the facts as we know them.”
I judge the entries blindly with dispassionate sincerity,Rewarding those exhibiting the maximum hilarity.
Like most Wikipedia articles, it will continue to change, a fluid draft of history meant to stick as closely to dispassionate facts as possible while regularly swatting off attempts to insert opinions and disinformation.
The survivors could narrate the most horrific experiences in a very dispassionate manner.
Any dispassionate risk assessment of the last several weeks of the campaign—whatever else corporate leaders think of the events of the last several years—would lead to the conclusion that those fundamentals cannot be taken for granted.
It must be evident to every intelligent and dispassionate man that these declaimers contradicted themselves.
Winston shivered a little at the dispassionate brutality of the speech, and then checked the anger that came upon him.
WINSTON OF THE PRAIRIEHAROLD BINDLOSS
The form in which his religion was cast might suit some natures, but was too cold and dispassionate for general use.
THE ENGLISH CHURCH IN THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURYCHARLES J. ABBEY AND JOHN H. OVERTON
Charnock did not care if he brought up among them or not, and watched with a curious dispassionate interest.
THE GIRL FROM KELLER'SHAROLD BINDLOSS
I do not know that I can be entirely dispassionate as I look back over this incident in my life.

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