Emile Vuillermoz, auditeur enthousiaste et propagateur actif de l'oeuvre de Szymanowski, constate un certain desequilibre entre la force de la musique et la froideur
de sa reception par le public: << Paris connaissait mal son oeuvre.
In case, like me, you've missed it, there's been something of a froideur
between Gemma, her fellow contestants and the show's host, Holly Willoughby.
But the talk of a growing froideur
between Kate and Meghan really ramped up following rumours of an apparent falling out in the run-up to the Sussexes' wedding in May.
Le vieux chagrin, non pas un, mais plusieurs chagrins et de toutes les couleurs; la couleur rouge pour le sang; la violence sans merci, la couleur noire c'est la peur, le vide, la froideur
, la solitude, la cruaute planifiee dans toute sa mechancete.
Less measured was Catherine Wiggins, Bradley's wife, whose relationship with Froome's wife, Michelle, has had periodic episodes of froideur
that occasionally warm up to an explosion.
When John Proctor suggests to his wife that he might confess himself a witch to save his life, Elizabeth responds, enigmatically, "I cannot judge you, John." (70) For Proctor, however, his wife's verdict is all important; he seeks Elizabeth's forgiveness for the infidelity that has provoked her froideur
If a royal wedding proceeds, will the court of Windsor be as welcoming as 150 years ago, or, given an actress might be considered one rung below a commoner, might an air of froideur
La Truth and Reconciliation Commission sud--africaine, entre emotions et froideur
What I received instead, was the sort of froideur
that the French are stereotypically known for all across the world.