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"You have to understand; we're trained to see things as logically as possible," says Cara. "So don't think that I'm callous. But..."
Veronica Roth, Insurgent
Dennis saw the callous way my aunt treated me, and he saw her love trysts with Mr. Stein, and he never said anything about how she acted with Mr. Stein, but he'd always offer a kind word to me, or just make a joke.
James McBride, The Color of Water
He didn't seem to be sorry at all, and suddenly she was angry at him, not only for his callousness about the horse but because he didn't appreciate anything that was being done for him, by her or anyone else.
Hal Borland, When the Legends Die
...what he was about to say was just an aftereffect of someone else's actions—someone else's callousness.
Jay Asher, Thirteen Reasons Why

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