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1. Another drop in the inflation rate was cold comfort yesterday for the 2.74 million jobless.
2. A drop in the unemployment rate was cold comfort for those without a job .
3. A small drop in the inflation rate was cold comfort for the millions without a job.
4. The drop in the unemployment figures is cold comfort to those still looking for work.
5. After losing my job it was cold comfort to be told I'd won the office raffle.
6. Brussels brings cold comfort to sheep farmers.
7. Mellor's self-styled heroics were cold comfort for his team leader,[sentencedict.com] John Major.
8. It's cold comfort, of course, when there isn't much of a market to have a share of.
9. The business won't go bankrupt, but that's cold comfort to the 15 people who lost their jobs.
10. It was cold comfort, all right.
11. But this opposition misleads; charisma is cold comfort without expert management.
12. The happy ending is cold comfort:a ruck of bony children trying to sleep in a shantytown.
13. Miller's self - styled heroics were a cold comfort for his team leader.
14. It is cold comfort to know that others are ill too.
15. And even if I'm right, it's cold comfort to many minorities.
16. Hot air for a cool breeze? Cold comfort for change?
17. Yet all this is cold comfort.
18. Cold comfort for change?
19. These figures may look good on paper but are cold comfort to the islanders themselves.
20. Precedent, however, suggests that his comments will offer only cold comfort to Mr Jiang and Mr Li.
21. It is actually much easier than appearances would suggest - cold comfort when it looks impossible!
22. The loss would have been worse, but that was cold comfort.
23. The loss could have been heavier, but that was cold comfort.
24. He told me that time heals all wounds but that was cold comfort to me.
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