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“But enough about your ill-informed response to Bella, I need to go to the fridge para una cerveza fria de la Republica Dominicana.”
“Family-run palapas (open-air eateries with thatched roofs) serve soft drinks, cerveza fria, hamburguesas and fish.”
“La cabeza fria y el corazon ardiente is how la profesora announcer just put it.”
““Ah, leche fria!” and we smile radiantly together in the bond of comradery which cold milk establishes between man and man in Spain.”
“Thus, three diverse climatic zones are encountered in Mexico, which, ever since the advent of the Spaniards, have been designated as the _tierra fria_, _tierra templada_, and _tierra caliente_ respectively.”
“Rising rapidly thence up to and over the escarpments of the Sierra Madre and the high plains, we shall enter upon the _tierra fria_ or cold lands, ranging from 6,000 feet to 8,000 feet above sea level.”
“Both on the Atlantic and Pacific slopes these zones are encountered -- the _tierra caliente_ up to 3,000 feet elevation above sea-level; the _tierra templada_ to 5,000 or 6,000; and the _tierra fria_ above that altitude.”
“Upwards from this zone is that of the _tierra fria_, with a mean temperature of 59 degrees or 60 degrees F., which varies little throughout the year, although the maximum and minimum from day to night is very marked.”
“Here the best coffee grows in the _tierra templada_ and in the lower part of the _tierra fria_, and is known as the _café de tierra fria_, or coffee of the cold, or high, land.”
“The streets are deserted, except by the water-carrier, who refreshes the ear by proclaiming the merits of his sparkling beverage, 'colder than the mountain snow (mas fria que la nieve).”
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