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“Chimborazo with that placidity, that sang-froid, which is the characteristic of an elevated soul instinctively attracted to realms above.”
“By the way, Kristin, I couldn't imagine the use of "froid" and "vilain" for a newspaper ...”
“Il neige ici - en Edmonton, Alberta - mais il n'est pas froid.”
“My mother, who came of age during WWII when times were tough, would talk about "boire un canard" which ment placing a lump of sugar in some wine or eau de vie as a desesrt or to warm up "quand il faisait un froid de canard quand le Mistral souflait" Sante/Cheers!”
“Il fait gris mais pas trop froid ici dans le Massachusetts.”
“Now an economic development student in London, Eli expands on his teenage sang-froid: She had actually been to a fortune teller many years ago.”
“In fact, the cloud of teenage hormones hovering over the Trumble flat must have been for Mum and Dad not merely daunting and heady, but completely exhausting, though with admirable sang-froid, somewhat unusual for the period, they managed somehow to go with the flow, and I do not recall a cross word ever being said, or even so much as a note of tension.”
“Lori Eanes for The Wall Street Journal Above, a 'rice pudding chaud froid.”
“But he went among them single-handed, his bearing being a delicious composite of humility, familiarity, sang-froid, and insolence.”
“And yes, flying does seem to be the form of travel that most readily unhinges the sang froid of otherwise competent travellers!”
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