cold shoulder


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Related to cold shoulder: silent treatment, frozen shoulder
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In London, another embarrassing moment is that the Queen Elizabeth gave the cold shoulder to President Obama for breaking protocol offering a toast to the Queen while they were playing the National Anthem of the United Kingdom "God Save the Queen".
And as well as ignoring calls to cut down on flights, holidaymakers are also giving those warning about the dangers of excessive sunbathing the cold shoulder, a survey from the TripAdvisor company showed.
These loose-leaf, herb-infused teas are caffeine-free, and have names like Cold Shoulder and Shush.
Turning a cold shoulder to the scorching summer heat, some San Fernando Valley residents sought refuge from Friday's triple-digit temperatures: at malls and movie theaters, beaches and pools, at frozen-dessert shops and, of course, ice skating rinks.
The Arsenal striker was on loan at Upton Park, but he says he was given the cold shoulder when a permanent move fell through.
In the wake of the state senate's cold shoulder to plans to build a temporary office tower next door, John Clarkson, program director of capital master planning for the UN, said one possible scenario could be for the UN to rent a chunk or chunks of space in proximity to its current eastside location while the renovation is underway.
By contrast, she says many British churches combine hot coffee with a cold shoulder.
They've all given us the cold shoulder," Pfeiffer wrote of the festival board and chamber decisions.
BOTH MY DAUGHTERS WERE GIVEN THE COLD SHOULDER AT A RECENT DANCE RECITAL BY A FROSTY INSTRUCTOR, AFTER YEARS OF FRIENDLY GREETINGS WHEN THEY WERE HER STUDENTS.
The famed North Korean cheer group gave the cold shoulder to the Japanese and U.
Even if Mexican teams get the cold shoulder, Mexican fans do watch big-time U.