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icily

ahy si lee

  • r  in a cold and icy manner
    `Mr. Powell finds it easier to take it out of mothers, children and sick people than to take on this vast industry,' Mr Brown commented icily

  • Whereas Qusay would icily and efficiently murder for his father to further a political aim, his brother pursued a brand of terror that was personal, arbitrary and spontaneous.
  • There are still plenty of people who see his work as icily mannered, sensationalist guignol.
  • The dancers, dressed in outrageous outfits, wave their hands languorously in time with the music, suck in their cheeks, stare icily into space and strut as if they were high .
News & Articles

  • A classic pop voice returns
    With the help of producer and writer Jörgen Elofsson (famous for early Britney Spears and Kelly Clarkson hits), Fältskog sounds as clear and cool in 2013 as she did on “Fernando†of 1976. Though she can't reach the high notes of yore, Fältskog the singer is full-blooded and icily passionate on the disco-phonic “Dance Your Pain Away†and the sleek MOR pop of “Back on Your Radio.†...
    June 13, 2013 - San Antonio Express-News
Quotes

  • Carl Bernstein in Milford Daily News
    Bernstein writes: "No, Hillary responded icily, there would be no changes because, delay or not, the White House would 'demonize' members of Congress and the medical establishment who would use the interim to alter the administration's plan or...

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