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  • Mint, bergamot, patchouli and vanilla give it an ever-changing hot-cold dynamic that carries both clarity and mystery.

    We All Need a Hint of Mint

  • Mattek-Sands had a hectic 30-minute break between matches, soaking in hot-cold showers, retaping her feet and stretching.

    USA tops Russia, advances to Fed Cup final against Italy

  • She felt the hot-cold sensation of an impending blush and hurried on.

    The Forgotten Garden

  • Unlike before, I now see anise not as a second most prominent note after violets, but as a beautifully balanced part of a hot-cold spicy accord.

    Caron Aimez Moi: Perfume Review

  • She felt the hot-cold sensation of an impending blush and hurried on.

    The Forgotten Garden

  • Unlike before, I now see anise not as a second most prominent note after violets, but as a beautifully balanced part of a hot-cold spicy accord.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • She felt the hot-cold sensation of an impending blush and hurried on.

    The Forgotten Garden

  • She felt the hot-cold sensation of an impending blush and hurried on.

    The Forgotten Garden

  • Zingy dialog delivered with hot-cold humor and gravitas by Colin Ferrell and Brendan Gleeson.

    In Bruges « The Retort

  • In essence, hot-cold distinctions serve as a series of avoidances and approaches in such behavior as pregnancy, child-rearing, and the health-illness system.

    Diffusion of Innovations

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