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Coldness

Acis
blood turned into a “river of ice.” [Gk. Myth.: Metamorphoses]
Antarctica
continent of constant cold. [Geography: WB, A:495]
Arctic
area of constant cold. [Geography: WB, A:600]
Frost, Jack
personification of freezing cold. [Am. and Br. Folklore: Misc.]
Hyperboreans
fabulous people living beyond North Wind, traditionally near North Pole. [Rom. Myth.: Zimmerman, 132]
Lapland
northern region of Scandinavian peninsula, mostly within Arctic Circle. [Geography: Misc.]
Lower Slobbovia
cartoon land of perpetual cold. [Comics: “Li’1 Abner” in Horn, 450–451]
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Negative: Sterility, coldness, barriers, unfriendliness, elitism.
This means the more the coldness and lack of affection is from parents, the more severe are the somatization symptoms in adolescents.
He added: "I was shocked by her attitude, the astonishing calmness and coldness she displayed.
Ljupco Popovski comments for Utrinski Vesnik that if someone wants to make a rank-list of cases in which the state or its highest representatives showed exceptional coldness toward citizens, then the press-conference of public prosecutor Ljupco Svrgovski regarding the helicopter crash will surely be at the top of this shameful pedestal.
Still, the EU representatives were not greatly insulted by Gruevski's coldness even though he daily sends letters from different association and institutions to heal his own inferiority complex.
It was approved for the treatment of ischemic symptoms such as skin ulcer, pain and coldness accompanying thromboangiitis obliterans in 1988, and for the treatment of subjective symptoms such as pain and numbness of lower leg and walking disability associated with acquired lumbar spinal canal stenosis as an additional indication in 2001.
Weston, an RN whose husband has Asperger's Syndrome, offers a guide for other couples who are suffering from the communication blocks and emotional coldness the syndrome often creates.
There is a coldness between them and it's Elin who is pulling the plug on the marriage.
Our relations with Saudi Arabia are warm, and whoever is promoting coldness was dissatisfied that a summit was held (between Syria and Saudi Arabia)," Muallem stated in Aleppo Monday.
Speaking to reporters at the April 23 National Sovereignty and Children's Day reception at the Turkish Parliament, Gul said that "contrary to what has been reflected, there is no coldness in Turkey's relations with Azerbaijan".
1 : coldness that is unpleasant but not extreme <There was a chill in the autumn air.
Because he was stranded for nearly two hours in coldness and the dark closing in an RAF Valley Squadron 22 Sea King Helicopter was launched to rescue him.