ice-cool

ice-cool

adj
calm and in control of one's emotions
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But see that honey is there ready to hand, yellow, white, good, ice-cool, golden- comb-honey.
The striker's ice-cool midweek finish against St Mirren ended a dismal nine-game wait for a win.
They normally pass the ball with ice-cool certainty and on the rare occasion that they hit a setback, the reaction is not frantic or flustered, it is chilling in execution.
Enght As the tourists prepared to fly home, captain Sam Warburton singled out the ice-cool contribution of the English star (left).
Ice-cool football manager Jose Mourinho has mastered high-speed drifting and full-throttle driving on a massive frozen lake in Sweden.
Because here we go again, with the second series of The Fall (BBC2, Thursday) - featuring the still yet-to-meet ice-cool serial killer and ice-cool cop.
70 Slush Puppy machines stolen ICE-COOL thieves broke into the yard of a Sparkbrook business and stole 70 Slush Puppy machines.
ONLY one place to be on Monday - in the company of Sky Sports' ice-cool Natalie Sawyer and ever-frenetic Jim White, who was defrosted from the carbonite for the occasion.
Race Stars is packed with cracking tracks, an addictive achievement checklist and beautifully constructed hyper-real cars and drivers that portray those ice-cool characters in a whole different light.
However, the ice-cool Scandinavian held firm and a closing round of 67 gave him a winning total of 17 under par 199, one shot clear of Golding and three ahead of David J Russell.
Craig is excellent as the ice-cool lead, in a performance that will leave you shaken and stirred.
The 20-year-old with the ice-cool temperament controlled England's improved attacking game and kicked four penalties before he was forced off with cramp.