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  • She saw him standing with the team on the sidelines, filling up a cup of water and pouring it down his shirt, despite the chill of the fifty-degree night.

    Nevermore

  • Even without the heavy waves, the fifty-degree water was enough to keep him out.

    Hi-Ya!

  • Months after you testified that you saw my brother dive into fifty-degree water in the middle of his shift parking cars, your salary increased by fifty-one thousand dollars.

    Hi-Ya!

  • I need a couple of fifty-degree days in a row before I can begin to contemplate spring clothes.

    Spring spring spring spring spring spring spring - A Dress A Day

  • Humping a ruck through fifty-degree heat in bad-guy-country and never knowing where the next bullet is coming from are undoubtedly strong motivators when it comes to gathering intelligence and intimidating the enemy.

    A dangerous gambit

  • A damp breeze kicked up whitecaps on the bay, making the fifty-degree temperature feel more like thirty-five.

    The 6th Target

  • I had been four feet off the rubble in the fifty-degree gully when I yarded on the overhang and the whole roof dislodged.

    127 Hours

  • Sun exposure on the nearly vertical rock and snow faces on either side of the fifty-degree Bell Cord would put me at the greatest risk.

    127 Hours

  • The catwalk turned out to be a series of fifty-degree ice fields blanketed with knee-deep powder snow and riddled with crevasses.

    The Greatest Survival Stories Ever Told

  • Its temperature range is right for RV air-conditioners as long as its range extends below the fifty-degree mark.

    The RVer’s Bible

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