ice maiden


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ice maiden

n
a beautiful but aloof woman
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She looks like the lonely ice maiden but we know she has feelings too.
One minute journalists are accusing me of being an ice maiden or a robot, then they claim I'm a weeping woman in dire need of a good night's sleep.
Welsh women's charity Chwarae Teg worked with artists to build the threemetre high ice maiden on Wales's highest mountain.
Gillian Anderson has brought the term ice maiden to a new level with her frosty cop Stella Gibson.
London, Feb 1 ( ANI ): Angelina Jolie, who has a reputation of being the ice maiden of Hollywood, has revealed that her directorial debut made her cry in her partner, Brad Pitt's arms.
Image Fearsome hotel ice maiden Best Known For Fronting The Hotel Inspector Early Life Alessandra Maria-Luigia O Polizzi Di Sorrentino was born in 1971.
Ice Maiden is fantasy with a touch of history and includes themes that many young people can relate to: parents having secrets that they don't share, bullying, loneliness and isolation and fear of the unknown.
Kiernan - who was born all the way back in 1999, fact fans - even cites 1950s ice maiden Grace Kelly as a style icon.
Spooks and Wire In The Blood's Hermione Norris offers another ice maiden performance as the colony's cool and detached security chief Stella and Ugly Betty's Eric Mabius is stirring things up as one of the new arrivals who has his own agenda for Carpathia.
Colin Firth returns to familiar territory in period rom-com EASY VIRTUE starring Hollywood cutie Jessica Biel, Prince Caspian heart-throb Ben Barnes and the ultimate big screen ice maiden Kirstin Scott Thomas - look out for it from November 7.
Le Baiser de la fee, which translates as The Fairy's Kiss, is derived from Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tale The Ice Maiden, which is also the basis for The Snow Queen.