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“I really can't find anything wrong with our trip so far, besides some of these knees-to-chin, boiling-hot buses and Dad's embarrassing antics.”
“When a car is parked outside for a period of time, the inside becomes boiling-hot, especially the steering wheel.”
“Twilight by Stephenie Meyer is the novel that started the current boiling-hot series for teens, about vampires and the girls who love them too much.”
“Then, in a small bowl let them soak in the boiling-hot water for 20 minutes, and in a blender purée the mixture, reserving the purée.”
“Nearby was a podunk little town of cement-block housing and boiling-hot, straight, lonely streets crammed up against high earthen walls.”
“Let Rise Using Any Of These Methods: For a 1 1/2 to 2 1/2-hour regular rise, let stand at warm rom temperature; for a 1 to 1 1/2-hour accelerated rise, let stand in a turned-off microwave along with 1 cup of boiling-hot water; or, for an extended rise, refrigerate, covered, for 4 to 24 hours, then set out at room temperature.”
“And in a Saigon alley, boiling-hot crab broth is ladled into bowls heaped with rice noodles and fresh herbs.”
“Her fellow hostages have reported that because she was not a natural mother — she gave the baby boiling-hot milk, for example — the farc turned him over to a female guerrilla, who let Rojas see him only through the barbed-wire fence.”
“And, when he came near, the water grew boiling-hot; not that that hurt him in the least: but it also grew as foul as gruel; and every moment he stumbled over dead shells, and fish, and sharks, and seals, and whales, which had been killed by the hot water.”
“He points to an Earth bug called the bombardier beetle that produces a boiling-hot spray that is 25 percent hydrogen peroxide as a defense weapon.”
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