The inventor of plastic eyeglass lenses, Graham was intelligent and inventive, but emotionally a cold fish
who neglected his own eight children and kept a list of "Great Men" he had met in his life: Unlike other sperm bankers, Graham didn't pay donors; rather, he wined, dined, flattered, wheedled, and cajoled them into wanting to pass on their gifts.
Reagan a cold fish
, but it was impossible to watch her during that week and not admire her courage or feel for her desperate loss.
The android was always a cold fish
, poor xxxxx, Till the day someone bumped his mood xxxxx to "xxxxx."
Beautifully displayed on a granite-topped bar in the ultramodern Hotel SIDE's glass-walled breakfast room was a selection of cold fish
that would tempt the palate of any feline: thin slices of smoked salmon and halibut; chunks of smoked eel; filets of poached fresh turbot; bowls of boiled shrimp seasoned with chopped chives; shimmering servings of peppered mackerel; and plenty of horseradish-seasoned whipped cream, a truly north German garnish.
Those cold fish
eyes seemed to bore right through you, even when he was being charming.''
In another note, Centore describes Kant as "a cold fish
" and endorses the canard of "Kant's concealed atheism" (p.
He is a cold fish
so in a sense what he said has some significance."
, a premiere, enraptured the audience with a sea of visual imagery.
Ironically, she is the hot-blooded lover; he, the "cold fish
." Is true communication between two such different creatures possible?
His rather unfair reputation as something of a cold fish
is, to a degree, tempered in Paul Fournel's unconventional biography, ideally suited to Anquetil's maverick personality.
When really cold fish
did go deep with lures doing the job then.
There's calamari, hand-prepared scampi and a gargantuan seafood platter featuring a selection of Colmans' hot and cold fish
served with salads and chips.