(So, television talk shows, too, don't cut ice with
Nonetheless this Orwellian logic does not seem to cut ice with
the media owners body PBA (Pakistan Broadcasting Association) nor with international media watchdogs.
However, the explanation has not cut ice with
some Hajj piligrims.
"Tommy trying to cut ice with
a butterknife is my last brain cell trying to function," joked one viewer.
But if this is not likely to cut ice with
the US Administration, it may still serve to chastise Mr Haqqani and serve the Miltablishment's interests.
We need to bring into the open how gimmicks like those described above have in no way cut ice with
our Hindu brethren.
This has not cut ice with
the legion of his followers who had anticipated the proverbial long night to win the day.
Needless to say PDC's explanation doesn't cut ice with
Even Parliamentary Affairs Minister M Venkaiah Naidu's offer that Sushma would make a statement in the House to clarify her position, failed to cut ice with
the Opposition parties, who have threatened to block House till the PM speaks on the Lalitgate issue.
Singh's interactions with the Iranian leadership on Wednesday don't seem to have cut ice with
either Washington or Tel Aviv.
The bar for this has been set very high and one month's set of disappointing employment figures probably will not cut ice with
the more conservative axis of the FOMC.
The government advice for Anna to give up his fast before serious discussions did not cut ice with
the Gandhian seeing a "game plan" on the part of the government and dilly-dallying tactics with vague assurances.
Now that is something that cut ice with
even someone like me!
And he warned that a narrow Europe-focused approach might not cut ice with
businesses looking to operate worldwide: "People expect to have global roaming on their mobiles," he noted, and have fixed networks that work everywhere.