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- adj. comparative form of cold: more cold
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The husk or refuse of threshed wheat.
- n. Rubbish from old buildings.
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In short, Burgoyne, every physical aspect of me is in a monstrous amount of pain… and I deal with that by becoming what you call colder.
Quicksilver's been solid for hours, and it's been gittin 'colder an' colder ever since.
Maybe even downright impossible, especially for residents living in colder climates that demand home heating for six or more months each year?
Triple-glazed, low-emissive windows will become common, accounting for up to a third of sales in colder climates.
When fishing Steelhead in colder water, like in MI right now, is there a water temp. that you have found where the fish really get active?
When fishing Steelhead in colder water, like in MI right now, is there a water temp. that you have found where the fish really g | Field & Stream
White, for some reason, seems to be a great trout attractor in colder water.
Most of the deleted stations were in colder regions, just as in the Russian case, resulting in misleading higher average temperatures.
Also I heard that some cities in colder climates made the mandate to go to lower burning lights for their traffic lights.
Also, someone needs to look into the moral consequences of people in colder climates wearing less revealing clothing.
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