Mind you, if my feet hadn't been killing me and my body chilled to the marrow
, it might have been an entirely different story.
Capello was chilled to the marrow
by Italy's collapse and the operatic abuse heaped on Marcello Lippi.
Suddenly, they were chilled to the marrow
by a tap-tap-tapping noise coming from the misty shadows.
Even as I chilled to the marrow
in the Cold Room, where scientists carry out tests on blocks of ice from the Antarctic, the harsh conditions were apparently not cold enough for researcher Sue Foord.
TWELVE months ago to the day, we were chilled to the marrow
by the harrowing pictures emerging from New York.
If United's celebrations at Anfield earlier in the day were those of men who felt they had one hand on the trophy, they would have been chilled to the marrow
at the sight of their fiercest rivals barely breaking stride on the south coast.
Anybody with a heart who reads our report today about the burglary at the Great Barr home of Malcolm Eaton will be chilled to the marrow
The poor things were chilled to the marrow
and looked like complete prats riding in a horse-drawn carriage when they'd much rather have a black cab.