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lacking warmth or friendliness

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But the uncordial -- if not hostile relations -- between the two countries' governments is undoubtedly one reason some Israelis are sympathetic to the Syrian opposition and the people under attack by the Assad regime.
Tiwari, whose uncordial relations with Raje is an open secret, asserted that he was not against paying ` 112 to the chief secretary as it could have been his rightful claim, but it was certainly revealing of the functioning of the state bureaucracy.
Trying to draw quotes from Hills senior has been likened to trying to defuse an unexploded bomb - one wrong move and it all goes up in your face - but relations were never as uncordial as they might have seemed.
For example, she immediately perceives Fanny's ugly character: "to her she appeared nothing more than a little proud-looking woman of uncordial address, who met her husband's sisters without any affection, and almost without having any thing to say to them; for of the quarter of an hour bestowed on Berkeley-street, she sat at least seven minutes and a half in silence" (229).