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  • n. A beer.


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  • DRUMS - An one eastern Pennsylvania restaurant, getting a cold one is no problem: Everything is on ice - and under it, and surrounded by it.

    Newsvine - Get Smarter Here

  • Possibly all the generations of his ancestry had been ignorant of cold, of real cold, of cold one hundred and seven degrees below freezing-point.

    To Build a Fire

  • When Nora Finnegan came home with a cold one day, she took it in such a jocular fashion that Tig felt not the least concern about her, and when, two days later, she died of pneumonia, he almost thought, at first, that it must be one of her jokes.

    The Shape of Fear, and other ghostly tales


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