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“She bent over and pulled back the furs, disclosing a face composed principally of large, staring, black eyes, and of skin, dark and scabbed by repeated frost-bite, tightly stretched across the bones.”
“To commence with, all but two or three had suffered frost-bite.”
“Linday's cheeks burned with frost-bite as he squatted over the cooking.”
“The skin across the cheekbones was black with repeated frost-bite.”
“To avoid getting frost-bite on your toes, bring your snow boots.”
“This woman's touch means frost-bite," smiled Eden.”
“On a closer examination I discovered the frost-bite.”
“But all I say is this -- that 'twas in our country's cause, And we did not mind a frost-bite when 'twas in our country's cause.”
“Now, it is a fact that if one can wear soft foot-gear exclusively the risk of frost-bite is far less than if one is compelled to wear stiff boots; in soft foot-gear, of course, the foot can move far more easily and keep warm.”
“Now, don't get stupid, I don't want anyone getting frost-bite, but what would happen if between now and Christmas we had millions of barefoot people all over the place?”
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