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Richmond says its Rowntree's Fruit Pastil-Lolly "held up well" last year in a Icily sector that declined 18% [ACNielsen].
Also, despite her off-putting icily neurotic behavior, Marlowe chivalrously rescues a secretary from the psychological abuse of her murderess employer.
No iron spike can pierce a human heart as icily as a period in the right place," wrote Ukranian journalist Isaac Babel.
In an icily matter-of-fact way, project worker Sam Symington says: 'We mostly work with young boys around the age of 11 or 12 -but we have seen a boy of nine.
And given the furious distress reputedly displayed by Richard II at the death of his wife, mightn't the oblique commemoration of Anne as a figure icily dismissive of the searing pain of human grief be a mite tactless?
Laura Hormigon was an icily poised Queen of the Wilis, and Victor Gill was ruggedly convincing in the mime role of Hilarion, Giselle's spurned suitor, although you wished he had more to do.
The steward could sit icily by and watch the world burn around him; that's a common approach to crisis.
I would prefer to wait until Your Honour has finished pursuing his documents,' I said as icily as I could.
Margaret Thatcher (like Ronald Reagan in this country), though departed, was a ghost at the banquet, her malevolent presence and the remains of her policies still breathing icily down the neck of John Major.
No steel can pierce the heart of man as icily as a full stop placed at the right moment.