blow cold

blow cold

in. [for a person] to display disinterest. The committee blew cold as my plan unfolded.
See also: blow, cold
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They blow hot and blow cold, just as you do, and it is the very last sort of thing to expect to find in a retreat like Talbothays.
Dragons blow cold against hot Bankers HUDDERSFIELD Dragons suffered a setback in the North Hockey League.
WHEN the winds blow cold and the sky is overcast, it can only mean one thing for sports fans, especially die-hards of the University Athletic Association of the Philippines (UAAP).
4 degrees Celsius early Sunday, the coldest so far this month with the northeast monsoon continuing to blow cold winds across the country.
As relations between India and China have be blow hot, blow cold after the Dalai Lama's visit to Arunachal Pradesh, the incident could be an attempt by the Chinese side to open confrontation in Sikkim, an official said.
What some may not realise is that the A/C system in a vehicle does not simply blow cold air in; it is actually designed to also remove hot air from within the vehicle cabin and dispel it to atmosphere outside.
The three Yadavs sharing the political space - Mulayam Singh Yadav, Lalu Yadav and Sharad Yadav- interestingly enjoy a blow hot, blow cold relationship.
Running exclusively on compressed air, the Cabinet Cooler is designed to use Vortex technology to blow cold air into any panel or cabinet.
The above narrative is a reflection of the blow hot, blow cold relationship as far as trade and industry is concerned.
Al Junaibi says: "Antarctica has a unique weather condition such as 'katabatic' winds -- 'down-slope' high-density winds that rapidly blow cold air.
The maverick Irishman, a pounds 15,000 signing from Blackburn the previous summer, could blow cold.
Strong winds will blow cold air back to the Continent this week and temperatures will leap to 6c today, but the respite will be short-lived.
They said they were left naked in the bathroom for two days without food or water and that the soldiers set the air conditioning unit to blow cold air for the duration.
For example, some growers are enthusiastic about surface-mounted fans that blow cold air up and out of vineyards.
It is supplemented with a roof fan which can draw warm air out and blow cold air in.