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“She saw him standing with the team on the sidelines, filling up a cup of water and pouring it down his shirt, despite the chill of the fifty-degree night.”
“Even without the heavy waves, the fifty-degree water was enough to keep him out.”
“Months after you testified that you saw my brother dive into fifty-degree water in the middle of his shift parking cars, your salary increased by fifty-one thousand dollars.”
“I need a couple of fifty-degree days in a row before I can begin to contemplate spring clothes.”
“Humping a ruck through fifty-degree heat in bad-guy-country and never knowing where the next bullet is coming from are undoubtedly strong motivators when it comes to gathering intelligence and intimidating the enemy.”
“A damp breeze kicked up whitecaps on the bay, making the fifty-degree temperature feel more like thirty-five.”
“I had been four feet off the rubble in the fifty-degree gully when I yarded on the overhang and the whole roof dislodged.”
“Sun exposure on the nearly vertical rock and snow faces on either side of the fifty-degree Bell Cord would put me at the greatest risk.”
“The catwalk turned out to be a series of fifty-degree ice fields blanketed with knee-deep powder snow and riddled with crevasses.”
“Its temperature range is right for RV air-conditioners as long as its range extends below the fifty-degree mark.”
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