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Not so long ago, people ignored these temperatures, lived with doors and windows open... and like my mother growing up in South Africa, constantly had chillblains and other horrible afflictions that come from being permanently too cold.
As much as he wanted to make the Gentleman pay for arranging the deaths of Richard and Mary Parker, let alone wring from the old man the truth about Pity's identity, he had spent so much time in costume lately that he didn't relish the prospect of immediately courting chillblains at forty stories.
Th 'boldest Artic explorer is a man that's made his money out iv sellin' base-burnin 'stoves an' has chillblains in July.
And increasingly, they're beginning to complain about chillblains, varicose veins, and the Social Security system. reported this week that 10 percent of Twitter users are between 55 and 64.
She couldn’t work on the boat in that weather, not without the danger of chillblains.