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“As remarkable as her considered view of her place in the game and what she has yet to do to go further was her ice-cool nerve.”
“The American Steve Stricker clinched his 10th PGA Tour title by one shot at the Memorial tournament on Sunday after holding off a birdie barrage from his closest pursuers with an ice-cool display.”
“As for the outlines I recently sent to that ice-cool producer: I have no earthly idea what, if anything, will hail from them.”
“Having beaten the mercurial Czech eight times in a row, Federer has now lost three of their past four matches, a sequence that must concern even the ice-cool Swiss.”
“But first he has to get past the ice-cool owner: the beautiful Sally Bowes.”
“The script, full of quotable treats and ice-cool Mitchum narration, was adapted by Daniel Mainwaring (under the pseudonym Geoffrey Homes) from his own novel.”
“The man is ice-cool whatever the situation .... unlike HillBilly who has 1. cried (New Hampshire),”
“She could smell the scent of the pink flowers, and the ice-cool smell of the vanilla clouds.”
“Just where Faceman was ice-cool, desperately shallow and slightly horny all the time, Dirk Benedict also appears to be ice-cool, desperately shallow and slightly horny all the time.”
“For all his laconic charm and ice-cool demeanour, Snoop Dogg can actually be quite a competitive customer.”
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