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  • Ice-cold and tied to a Council that had far more blood on its hands than Gerard Bonner ever would.

    Excerpt - Bonds of Justice

  • Ice-cold and tied to a Council that had far more blood on its hands than Gerard Bonner ever would.

    Archive 2009-11-01

  • '' Ice-cold Labatts and a big win for the Blue Jays - they were having a great time.

    USATODAY.com

  • Ice-cold fingers pulled harder than shed ever imagine anything could pull.

    Personal Demons

  • Ice-cold, all clean logic and calculation, empty of kindness or compassion.

    Thin Air

  • Ice-cold air hit them like an oncoming wind: Yaxley, confused, looked around for the source of the trouble and saw Harry's disembodied hand and wand pointing at him.

    Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows

  • Ice-cold Coke is a part of any pause … the refreshing part.”

    THE REAL PEPSI CHALLENGE

  • Ice-cold liquid on my face woke me up with a yell.

    Casanegra

  • Ice-cold sleet trailing languid fingers over my bare skin.

    Thin Air

  • Ice-cold and clear in the classic art deco glass, an olive or twist of lemon adding a touch of color, no other drink inspires such reverential and ritualistic awe in its devotees.

    In Praise Of The Silver Bullet

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