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  • v. Present participle of frostbite.


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  • Adult sailing instruction, basic seamanship courses at the high school, captain's certification courses, a rowing club, "frostbiting" (winter racing in small sailboats), and an off-season lecture series at the Black Dog Tavern are all programs and events offered to Islanders for free or at minimal cost.

    The Martha's Vineyard Times News Headlines

  • This time the frostbiting of early frog spawn was raised and the fact that, unusually, both adult frogs and toads were on the move at the same time.

    Country diary: Highlands

  • And her special talents—conjuring blizzards as battle offense and frostbiting enemy armies—had been relegated to the past.

    Deep Kiss Of Winter

  • Cleveland ended last season by winning its final four games, which were all played in frigid, frostbiting conditions.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • The iPod is always a tricky thing to manipulate in this chapping, frostbiting weather.

    Cult of Mac

  • Is that Tillerman actually getting something right on Day 1 of the Newport Laser frostbiting season?

    Proper Course


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