Not a healthy situation, to say the least, and, believe it or not, things are about to get even frostier
between the two.
Case studies--the name elicits images of Harvard's ivy-bedecked buildings and frozen students sitting before even frostier
professors in the grand arenas of learning, being pounded by the "case method" of professional analysis.
I never learned how things got that way, but every time we went into production, things just got frostier
If it was somehow possible, relations between Bryant and O'Neal were frostier
than their Christmas Day showdown.
When two fronts collide, the hotter air settles above the frostier
28, 2000, the "cold peace" between Israel and Egypt, which signed a peace treaty in 1979, has become frostier
Restricted by a frostier
climate and wetter, nutrient-poor soils, farmers in the Everglades spend $150 more to produce a metric ton of raw sugar than do farmers in Australia.
A chilling in relations between neighbors France and the United Kingdom over issues like immigration has turned distinctly frostier
since their widely divergent stances on Iraq.
Frigid ties between the Untied States and North Korea grew even frostier
After the start of World War II, their relationship grew even frostier
East with Pachibel's Canon at 5:15 one frosty morning--to an even frostier
As for holding its board meetings in public, as many in the audience suggested, that got an even frostier
reception from the board.
The defeat of the Accord ushered in a period of frostier
than usual federal-provincial relations.
Tucson gardeners, living in low areas where cold air drains, experience frostier
weather than those higher on the ridges or in the foothills.
And when it emerged McNamara earned a bonus from the PS2m Celtic paid for the players, the relationship with the fans turned frostier
than a February night in Fraserbugh.