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I expect the talks are being held in a quiet and cool-headed atmosphere," Mori was quoted as telling Michael Armstrong, chairman of AT&T Corp.
THE cool-headed Brit who caught a toddler when she fell three floors from a hotel balcony said she was in the right place at the right time.
Diplomacy is a delicate business for cool-headed adults.
COOL-headed Owen and McKenzie Harban helped deliver their baby brother when mum Sharon suddenly went into labour at home.
But while China has made unusually stern remarks against North Korea over the test, it has also said the issue must be solved ''in a cool-headed manner.
Back-to-school shopping is a lot more fun with the whole cool-headed crew.
It was that the grayish son of Holy Bull is tactically versatile, comfortable racing close to the early leaders or far back, depending on the pace; that the colt reached peak fitness under the patient Shirreffs, who saw steady improvement in five consecutive defeats at Hollywood Park and Santa Anita; and that he had a cool-headed jockey with the experience of 11 losing Derbies and a week riding at Churchill.
COOL-HEADED Laura Grieg welcomed her new grandson into the world - by delivering him.
ARCADIA - He won't have the fastest horse or the most cool-headed jockey or - say the weather handicappers - the muddy track he'd prefer.
COOL-HEADED Ian White teed up his second Whitefields Club Championship crown in three seasons.
COOL-HEADED Chris Jarvis helped nab a pair of burglars by tapping yes or no answers to police on his mobile phone as the raiders ransacked his home.