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“EATING OUTSIDE: In the restaurants along the Nyhavn Canal you will find two distinct differences from al fresco dining in America: one -- big fluffy blankets provided for thin-blooded customers, and two -- yellow "remoulade" which is nothing like the pink New Orleans variety popular in America.”
“When she said you could run, far as possible—into corners, caulked lay-bys where thin-blooded spiders spun webs of dismay—you took no note of her words, instead collating seventeen varieties of silken spider web into a wrist adornment.”
“It has been pointed out in the past that, without all the vampire superstructure, Twilight would be just a thin-blooded teen romance about kids too scared to do anything really dangerous.”
“The dim-witted, thin-blooded dinosaur was not a hot lover, another way in which it differed from the French.”
“I don't recall seeing any portent in that frigid Washington welcome for us thin-blooded Southerners.”
“I was in my early forties, hired away from a thin-blooded job as a corporate speechwriter and public relations aide, and I was ready for something new, for a faith to embrace.”
“It was a stiflingly hot June, but Playfair was notoriously thin-blooded.”
“He was so meager and thin-blooded that he was arresting for those qualities alone.”
“He liked a strong manipulator of this kind — the more since he was not one himself, and most of those that he did know were thin-blooded and squeamish.”
“There was a quiet humor in his eyes, a syrup-smooth quickness in his speech, which intimidated politicians and warned reporters; and in his presence the most intelligent scientist or the most sensitive artist felt thin-blooded, unworldly, and a little shabby.”
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