Insensitive

Insensitive refers to a lack of sensitivity. It may also refer to:

  • "Insensitive" (song), a 1995 song by Canadian singer Jann Arden
  • Insensitive (House), an episode of the TV series House

Other articles related to "insensitive":

How Insensitive
... Insensatez" (usually translated to "How Insensitive" in English, although the Portuguese word really means 'absurdity' or 'folly') is a bossa nova jazz standard composed by Antônio Carlos ... João Gilberto Astrud Gilberto The Astrud Gilberto Album, as "How Insensitive" ... Laura Fygi Liberace performed both the Moonlight Sonata and "How Insensitive" at the same time on his own TV show in 1969 ...
Case Sensitivity - With Computer Systems
... Others are case-insensitive (i.e ... Case-insensitive operations are sometimes said to fold case, from the idea of folding the character code table so that upper- and lower-case letters coincide ... The original FAT12 filesystem was case-insensitive ...
FOX-7
... FOX-7 or 1,1-diamino-2,2-dinitroethene (DADNE) is an insensitive high power explosive compound ... FOX-7 is similar to the insensitive chemical compound TATB, which is a benzene ring compound with three amino and three nitro groups ... extremely favorable in addition to its insensitive properties, the detonation velocity of mixtures of 80% FOX-7 plus binders are as high as Composition B, and nearly pure FOX-7 ...
Insensitive (song)
... "Insensitive" is the title of a track from the 1994 Jann Arden album Living Under June an international hit single, "Insensitive" remains the career record for Arden ... recorded version of which she did not write, the composer of "Insensitive" being Anne Loree ...
Implementing Microneurography - Nociceptors
... nociceptor fibers that are not activated by mechanical stimulation are said to be mechano-insensitive ... Mechano-insensitive nociceptors may become sensitized in several ways, sometimes resulting in chronic pain ... mediators applied to receptors on “sleeping” mechano-insensitive fibers were found to sensitize the fibers and render them mechano-responsive ...

Famous quotes containing the word insensitive:

    If family communication is good, parents can pick up the signs of stress in children and talk about it before it results in some crisis. If family communication is bad, not only will parents be insensitive to potential crises, but the poor communication will contribute to problems in the family.
    Donald C. Medeiros (20th century)

    I think sometimes that it is almost a pity to enjoy Italy as much as I do, because the acuteness of my sensations makes them rather exhausting; but when I see the stupid Italians I have met here, completely insensitive to their surroundings, and ignorant of the treasures of art and history among which they have grown up, I begin to think it is better to be an American, and bring to it all a mind and eye unblunted by custom.
    Edith Wharton (1862–1937)