cold-hearted


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GOING WILD: Nathan Davis 18 MONTHS: John Eddy BEHIND BARS: Damien Eddy DAMNING VERDICT: Recorder of Middlesbrough Judge Peter Fox QC, left, said the six yobs were cold-hearted and vicious as he locked them up with sentences ranging from six to 18 months
Another war orphan, now 64 years old, said in Chinese, ''In my heart, I have always held a grudge against the government for being so cold-hearted since I returned here to my mother country.
His wide range of accents, tones, and voices perfectly captures the oleaginous, cold-hearted, haughty, and foolish voices of the various characters.
Josh Gifford has at last voiced publicly the true love for the traditional winter game, which surely only the most cold-hearted of racing people and punters cannot feel.
Her death can only be described as a cold-hearted and callous killing.
His Franz was an incorrigible flirt, but not completely empty-headed or cold-hearted.
So, for those who desire to attain power and enhance their ability to use it--and especially those who want to protect themselves from cold-hearted domination--The 4B Laws of Power is a must-read.
When the leaders of the GOP Congress disagreed with the president on taxes and the budget, they were cold-hearted bastards who shut the government down in order to protect their rich and powerful friends.
von Goethe, he is cold-hearted, cynical, and witty.
Going where no previous James Bond(TM) game has dared to tread, the upcoming GoldenEye: Rogue Agent(TM) first-person shooter from Electronic Arts (Nasdaq:ERTS) breaks all the rules by transporting players to the dark side of the Bond universe to experience life as a high-rolling, cold-hearted villain.
The Tories looked like political grown-ups in comparison, but their cold-hearted welfare freeze will cripple the poor.
Cowardly, cold-hearted Morris always protested his innocence and was apparently planning to appeal.
The Cabinet Minister's refusal to meet charities running food banks is a calculated snub by a cold-hearted Tory.
The teen claims Lawson has abandoned her and has called her cold-hearted.
Some may take the view that it is 'only a hedgehog' but such cold-hearted lack of concern and respect is a recognisable symptom of many serious problems in society today.