cold-hearted


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The actions of Matthew Cherry on that day were callous, cold-hearted and utterly selfish.
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.
While he seems to be cold-hearted and amoral, he is still able to observe and describe every detail of the world around him.
As a "warm and loving alternative" to this cold-hearted approach, Mead recommends the following: "Send the old people to Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean."
English judges--often depicted as either cold-hearted noose enthusiasts or stern defenders of patriarchy (or, indeed, as both)--are presented as having been often in advance of public opinion with regard to harshly punishing violence against women.
Is Eleanor as cold-hearted as she appears, or does she care that Clara's fellow stable hand, a teenager named Jazmyn, is heavily pregnant, her health and security at risk?
She said: 'It was just so cold-hearted. I dread to think how many other bereaved families get bills like this.'
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.
Police investigating the murder of the mother-of-four described it as a 'cold-hearted and callous killing', all the more tragic because the couple's oldest son Jamie was a witness.
His Franz was an incorrigible flirt, but not completely empty-headed or cold-hearted. He has a lovely line and clean style, with arching leaps.
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.
"So am I a cold-hearted cynic?" he asks, "An Africa hater?
The Colonel is ruined financially by the greedy, cold-hearted Barnes Newcome, Ethel's father and head of the family.
Brazil, 59, who also retired after injury, said: "I don't do blubbing." Co-host Ally McCoist turned on Brazil, telling him on TalkSport: "You're a cold-hearted man."
DURING the last few days I have once again had to listen to the rabid rantings on TV and radio of the Chingford Skinhead, aka Norman Tebbit, whose own role as Secretary of State for Trade & Industry in the events around Orgreave should obviously support the cold-hearted decision of Amber Rudd not to hold an inquiry into these events.