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The longer the Grangemouth machinery is left cold, the more likely it becomes that it will never be fired up again.
Loved the concept - was left cold by the execution.
The 19-year-old singer's grandparent, who is unable to work as he suffers with a painful back condition, lives in a small home, which has been left cold and drafty after a tree fell on the roof.
Those unfamiliar with the series may be left cold by chapter after chapter of battle scenes, death, glory, and heroism, which are interspersed with tactics, politics, and plotting.
were left cold from a chipped free-kick into the box and, with Howard staying on his line, Clarence Goodson bundled down Artem Dzyuba.
Judging from the film's Golden Leopard win in Locarno, the device will work for some, but apart from a few interesting stylistic choices, many arthouse denizens will be left cold.
IS it just me, or are other people out there left cold by the London Olympics?
The tactical battle and nuances were interesting but the travelling fans and huge television audience will have been left cold by the scrap.
So even those normally left cold by the royal family must have found it gratifying to watch her last week so patently enjoying a visit to a country, access to which had been barred for so long by the times in which she has lived.
KING of the jungle and ex-cricketer Phil Tufnell was left cold when his swanky 4x4 got caught out by this year's snowstorms.
4She left Cold Feet during the fourth series, despite reportedly being offered pounds 500,000 to stay.
Rather, the band makes itself an attractive alternative for those left cold by all those bands that rode into the arena circuit with a throwback sound unfortunately bereft of memorable songs.