• And when he concluded McClellan couldn't win, he removed him, with no malice and complete coldness.

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  • It's more about the coldness of a big city, how a city treats its citizens.

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  • This is no hagiography: she could be prickly, stubborn and unsentimental to the point of coldness.

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  • ''China needs to calm down and accept a state of long-term coldness and even tension and volatility.

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  • Stan's initial decency seems to wane, and his coldness grows, as his control over Katie appears in jeopardy.

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  • After the coldness between Mr Arafat and Mr Assad's father, Palestinians are seeing this as a genuine thaw.

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  • Your coldness about Diana, and your belittling of her, is the real tragedy.

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  • They point to what they see as the impolitic coldness that Syria's foreign minister, Farouq Sharaa, radiates in the talks.

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  • And the movie itself shades from coldness and contrivance into a story as touching and mysterious as anything Kieslowski has ever made.


  • What I am trying to get across is the coldness and callousness.

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  • The animation, computer-assisted in some of the more elaborate sequences, is sometimes impressive, but rarely impressive enough to overcome a certain impersonality a stubborn mechanical coldness.

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  • But a report in The Lancet medical journal suggests that these deaths may actually be caused by drowning as a result of swimming impairment induced by the coldness of the water.

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  • Even here, though, a self-serving coldness prevailed.

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  • In 1962, the Italian director Pier Paolo Pasolini, whose first films were latter-day variants on neo-realism, took a flying leap into hectic modernity with this short, apocalyptic screed against the habits of professional filmmaking and the un-Christian coldness of contemporary Christendom.

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  • The relentless, single-minded dedication to one's passions that Rand seems to favor requires a coldness of the soul, a narrowing of one's humanity--the natural interest in the fortune of others that Smith alludes to--that most people find is not exactly conducive to their happiness.

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  • And she tries to explain the faults she finds in Pushkin his gambling, his emotional coldness combined with sexual opportunism, his inability to judge women by anything but their looks, and his coolness to the cause of Polish nationalism by blaming a miserable start in life.

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  • Step 1 to 3 can be well practiced by using your mind, but when it comes to Step 4, take time for yourself, breath in and out, notice any discomfort in your body and breathe into this discomfort which is often experienced as coldness, stiffness, numbness, prickle, tightness etc.

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  • The central point made by Mr Lieven's witty and impeccably scholarly book is that Russia owed its victory not to the courage of its national spirit or to the coldness of the 1812 winter, as some French sources have argued, but to its military excellence, superior cavalry, the high standards of Russia's diplomatic and intelligence services and the quality of its European elite.

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