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Many quickly crowded around to admire the first images of the newborn, who knew her father through a cold and impersonal screen.
LOCKED UP IN THE LAND OF LIBERTY: PART IIIYARIEL VALDÉS GONZÁLEZJULY 21, 2021WASHINGTON BLADE
I could not write an impersonal, distant story, as dictated by academic rules because as a journalist I was also part of the situation and I was suffering it firsthand.
LOCKED UP IN THE LAND OF LIBERTY: PART IIMICHAEL K. LAVERSJULY 14, 2021WASHINGTON BLADE
There’s no good time for your restaurant’s oven to explode, but certainly half a year into a global pandemic that made operating a restaurant unprofitable, impersonal, and joyless has to be one of the worst times possible.
HOW AN SF RESTAURANT CAN TURN A PROFIT — EVEN WITH 40 PERCENT LABOR COSTSCOREY MINTZJULY 13, 2021EATER
Corriveau said many of the county’s seniors are wary about the vaccines’ safety and have been unwilling to get the shots at large, impersonal sites.
COUNTIES AT HIGHEST RISK FOR COVID HARM OFTEN HAVE LOWEST VACCINATION RATESBY RYAN GABRIELSONAPRIL 30, 2021PROPUBLICA
Webb spent time immersing herself in the local culture to go beyond “that impersonal language of an Army war report.”
THREE FEMALE JOURNALISTS WHO BRAVED THE CHAOS OF VIETNAMJACQUELINE WINSPEARMARCH 12, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Van Epps is proud that her family never put her sister in an impersonal institution.
THEY MADE A REVOLUTIONARY SYSTEM TO PROTECT PEOPLE WITH DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES. NOW IT’S FALLING APART.BY AMY SILVERMAN FOR ARIZONA DAILY STARDECEMBER 12, 2020PROPUBLICA
“The beauty of it is that it’s impersonal, everyone accepts the judgment of the computer, there’s no tendency to argue,” said Squarefoot president Michael Colacino.
‘MOST ADMINISTRATIVE HR ROLES WILL BE AUTOMATED IN THE NEXT FEW YEARS’: AS WORKPLACE TECH EVOLVES, HR AND TECH OFFICER ROLES MERGELUCINDA SOUTHERNOCTOBER 19, 2020DIGIDAY
Doubt, suspicion, anger clouded vision; pain routed the impersonal conception.
THE WAVEALGERNON BLACKWOOD
In France these reports would have been impersonal messages arriving from afar.
GALLIPOLI DIARY, VOLUME IIAN HAMILTON
As it is an impersonal, artificial thing, a corporation cannot possibly commit a wrong or tort like a natural person.
PUTNAM'S HANDY LAW BOOK FOR THE LAYMANALBERT SIDNEY BOLLES
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