frostily


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without warmth or enthusiasm

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But an Osborne ally responded frostily last night, saying only: "Brian Binley is entitled to his view.
I pointed out, frostily, that my wife can hoover the stair carpet in 15 seconds while, at the same time, wrestling with Sunday dinner.
So Qatari and Turkish business delegations have been feted; Russian and Chinese visitors have been greeted frostily.
Shi'ite Iran, another close ally of Turkey, has reacted frostily to Ankara's decision to host a NATO early-warning radar system.
But when Ransome breezed in, it was only to complain, frostily refusing any offer of refreshment before marching out again.
Moreover, he is not even ashamed of his work and believes that it's a service to the men who don't want to hire streetwalkers, and to his middle-class, ambitious and frostily pragmatic college friends.
Putting away her breast pump, she points her rifle and informs him frostily that she has some expertise in Russia because it's close to Alaska.
For the pink grapefruit gel: 1 cup freshly squeezed pink grapefruit juice 2 teaspoons agar agar For the pork pie sauce: 1 9-ounce pork pie, finely chopped * 1/2 cup fish stock Salt and freshly ground white pepper to taste For the scallops: Canola oil, as needed 4 large diver scallops 1/2 Granny Smith apple, peeled, seeded and finely chopped 1 ounce hazelnuts, finely chopped 1 ounce butter 1 ounce breadcrumbs 1 tablespoon mustard powder Salt and frostily ground white pepper to taste To serve: 1/2 cup beef stock, reduced to 1 tablespoon For the garnish: Wood sorrel * available from www.
Rubenstein says that last year American attendees were treated rather frostily by those who held that country responsible for the global slide and who felt they should play a prominent role in stemming such disasters in the future.
She replied frostily, "And just what is that supposed to mean?
The Treasury reacted frostily to the Conservative leader's emergency statement to his party's conference, in which he vowed to put party politics aside to protect Britain from the worst of the fallout.
They are said to be carrying last-minute concessions in order to achieve an "honorable peace," hut their mission has been greeted frostily in Downing Street.
Like most fantasies, it's double-edged--candy-colored, but verging on scatological--and its inhabitants won't bend to her will, like the bunnies that blink frostily at her when she summons them.