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  1. Even the camp commander showed signs of thawing.
  2. Doc had to think that the cycle of freezing, then thawing all.
  3. As it is thawing in the cooler, the soup can serve as your ice.
  4. I must have access to the files, Bayis said, his tone thawing.
  5. The dung was actually thawing him out! He lay there all warm and 127.

  6. The puzzled expressions on each face began slowly thawing like a melting.
  7. It was thawing and misty; at forty paces’ distance nothing could be seen.
  8. The problem was transporting it long distances without the food thawing out.
  9. The fingers and toes flow to their extent from the thawing mass of the body.
  10. Sitting in an alcove, a small fireplace burned nearby, the heat thawing them through.
  11. Plant life, thawing in the precipitant dawn, shoved out from most unexpected sources.
  12. Please take away, Martin said looking at the bacon that was thawing on the floor.
  13. She felt familiar warmth creep across the bedsheets, thawing the goosebumps on her arms.
  14. What is man but a mass of thawing clay? The ball of the human finger is but a drop congealed.
  15. Freezing was the best way to preserve cells for future study, but the thawing process was risky.

  16. Soon everyone was sitting around the glowing heater, eating more of their rations and thawing tubs of water.
  17. To dream that you are thawing food refers to emotions that you have repressed, but are ready to confront.
  18. The thawing of relations between Iran and America was one of the cornerstones of Alexander’s Middle East strategy.
  19. Strength decrease of concrete after freezing and thawing is possible only at its water-saturation above the certain value.
  20. Still, spring was a dangerous time to be in the mountains because thawing could touch off avalanches, especially in passes.
  21. They stood in the thawing snow, and Gabriel Andersen could not persuade himself that they were people whom he had long known and understood.
  22. Today, ice is melting, tundra is thawing, deserts are expanding we have had vast forested areas which are in decline often because of felling.
  23. In the pauses of complete stillness there came the rustle of last year's leaves, stirred by the thawing of the earth and the growth of the grass.
  24. Their grey figures moved about quietly on the black thawing ground, and occasionally stumbled across the logs sticking out from the blazing fire.
  25. In the pauses of complete stillness there came the rustle of last year’s leaves, stirred by the thawing of the earth and the growth of the grass.

  26. The snow was thawing in the sunshine, the horses galloped quickly, and on both sides of the road were forests of different kinds, fields, and villages.
  27. This chilly piece of magnificence now dominated the room, standing on a table in the centre, thawing gently, dripping at the beak into its silver dish.
  28. Frost resistance of concrete is ability to keep strength and working ability at action of cyclic freezing and thawing in the water saturating conditions.
  29. His whole earth life was consistently devoted to the mission of thawing out the frozen forms of religion into the liquid liberties of enlightened sonship.
  30. With the melting of the last of the twilight there grew a kind of expectancy and tension, as though it were thawing snow about to slide from a sloping roof.
  31. It was dark, damp and warm out of doors, and that white spring mist which drives away the last snow, or is diffused by the thawing of the last snow, filled the air.
  32. Over the ploughland riding was utterly impossible; the horse could only keep a foothold where there was ice, and in the thawing furrows he sank deep in at each step.
  33. The result of the alternate freezing and thawing was that at last the fur rotted away and dropped off, and nothing was left of the splendid sables and ermines but a few wretched brown rags.
  34. She strolled into the cold room and stopped in front of vat number four, touched a few buttons on the control pad and listened as the vat automatically moved two sample tubes into the thawing chamber.
  35. He turned to the left quickly, dropped on his knees, and crawled on the soft, thawing, crackling snow to a low haystack, from behind which, by craning his neck, he could watch what the soldiers were doing.
  36. In October 1971, Reagan traveled on one of his four trips to Asia as a special envoy of Richard Nixon to calm foreign heads of state who were nervous about the thawing of relations between the United States and China.
  37. The standardized method of an estimation of frost resistance of concrete is characterized by number of cycles of freezing and thawing of specimens under standard conditions of test without essential strength decrease.
  38. The system of normalization of frost resistance offered by us according to which number of cycles of freezing and thawing (F) of laboratory specimens is not given; a class of frost resistance of concrete is more rational.
  39. When the frost comes out in the spring, and even in a thawing day in the winter, the sand begins to flow down the slopes like lava, sometimes bursting out through the snow and overflowing it where no sand was to be seen before.
  40. At present, there is no general theory explaining the reason of frost destruction of concrete though it is obvious that finally, strength decrease of damp concrete at cyclic freezing and thawing is caused basically by formation of ice in concrete pores.
  41. They would train at the University of Arizona at our two baseball fields and of course we would play them in several games of real baseball and we would just about win every one of those games as those guys were still thawing out from winter and by the time they got there in February or March, we had already played 15 or 20 games.
  42. The fact was that at my very first interview with Lambert, when I was thawing in his lodging, I had muttered to him like a fool that the letter w£is sewn up in my pocket; then I had suddenly fallen asleep for a time on the sofa in the comer, and Lambert had promptly felt my pocket and was convinced that there was a piece of paper sewn up in it.
  43. Following completion, in early 2014 I have discovered several omissions of environmental issues but, most importantly, I had not sufficiently stressed the very real and dire threat from the potential release of huge quantities of methane from the thawing permafrost in the Arctic and the methane clathrates in the oceans; this process has already begun.
  44. Few phenomena gave me more delight than to observe the forms which thawing sand and clay assume in flowing down the sides of a deep cut on the railroad through which I passed on my way to the village, a phenomenon not very common on so large a scale, though the number of freshly exposed banks of the right material must have been greatly multiplied since railroads were invented.
  45. We wait another forty-five minutes, Campbell solicitous (“Probably got hit with some last-minute deadline,” she says, and smiles toward good old John, who never lets last-minute deadlines interfere with his wife’s plans); Insley’s anger thawing toward her husband as she realizes he is only the second-biggest jackass of the group (“You sure he hasn’t even texted, sweetie?”).
  46. If you look closely you observe that first there pushes forward from the thawing mass a stream of softened sand with a drop-like point, like the ball of the finger, feeling its way slowly and blindly downward, until at last with more heat and moisture, as the sun gets higher, the most fluid portion, in its effort to obey the law to which the most inert also yields, separates from the latter and forms for itself a meandering channel or artery within that, in which is seen a little silvery stream glancing like lightning from one stage of pulpy leaves or branches to another, and ever and anon swallowed up in the sand.
  1. We first thawed in 2332.
  2. My soul thawed and sang.
  3. The embryo will be thawed and.
  4. A varied diet with live or thawed.
  5. Thawed out frostbite will be painful.
  6. The prisoners systematically thawed the.
  7. Surely it's frozen but it could be thawed.
  8. After the cataclysm, the old icecaps thawed.
  9. Not long, after I’ve thawed the crab meat.
  10. It all rested on my ravings as I thawed in his lodgings.
  11. The pickles can be thawed and eaten whenever you desire.
  12. But spring was here now and the frozen truck had thawed.
  13. One of the eggs will be thawed and fertilized with your.
  14. She wasn't very responsive at first but eventually thawed.
  15. If the cells thawed too fast or too slow, they would burst.
  16. But I thawed out occasionally when I passed near other worlds.
  17. Bacon is easier to cut if it is frozen or only slightly thawed.
  18. The best pizza dough I have used is thawed out frozen bread dough.
  19. The river was not completely thawed, but was too dangerous to cross.
  20. States you are most likely to find frozen durian that has been thawed.
  21. It will have partially thawed and it is not safe to refreeze and eat.
  22. And this thawed sternness, contrasted with his habitual brutality, was.
  23. For example, tuna macaroni is better with fresh tuna – or thawed frozen.
  24. Merseft told how a woman all in black found the vessel and thawed Larry out.
  25. During Easter week a peasant went out to see whether the ground was all thawed out.
  26. Sometime in the future they are thawed, if the woman would like to have children.
  27. The seawater revitalised me and the sun thawed the ice that had frozen my emotional.
  28. At dawn the ice thawed into creeks and rivers, at sunset the day fire died and cooled.
  29. In the daytime it thawed in the sun, but at night there were even seven degrees of frost.
  30. She would have laughed at thinking 'just a starship' if she had thawed from her terror yet.
  31. He wandered to the strange kitchen, thawed some iced huckleberries, ate them disconsolately.
  32. Press onto the top of the Brie and carefully wrap a sheet of thawed puff pastry dough (Roll.
  33. I took the dog food out of the freezer and thawed it out in my small cooker in the spare room.
  34. He wandered to the strange kitchen, thawed some iced huckle-berries, ate them disconsolately.
  35. The chilly wind had frozen them stiff and her fingers stung as they thawed close to her body.
  36. For a moment she was offended, but then thawed as she saw the mild laughter in Gawavolf's eyes.
  37. It looks like it got water in it, we can see after it’s thawed, but I think it’s dead, he said.
  38. Bellisa’s samples were frozen within the acceptable time and thawed perfectly, but all her tests failed.
  39. They've thawed out and make a huge portion of scrambled eggs, accompanied by fried luncheon meat and bacon.
  40. Come around the back of the house later tonight and you can have one of the salmon I thawed out this morning.
  41. It was a rather exposed site so the wind had kept the snow cover to a minimum, and most of it had already thawed.
  42. But mostly because, as the trees froze and ice sheathed the roads, the chill between Baba and me thawed a little.
  43. It just will require you to know when the item will be completely thawed, but that is something you can live with.
  44. That had thawed their relationship somewhat, but nothing could overcome the fact that one of them lived behind bars.
  45. Under some of the senior guys, the thawed patches were about 40 centimeters in diameter, and under us just ordinary ones.
  46. With the sliding doors closed and the heat from the small hydroelectric plant, he soon thawed out and completed his task.
  47. Jamie wandered through the barn and made sure the animals were well protected from the storm, and water was accessible and thawed.
  48. The frozen tomatoes can be thawed and used in any recipe that calls for canned tomatoes, such as sauce, cacciatore, or jambalaya.
  49. In a minute or two they had thawed all responsibility out of him, all shame, all trouble, and he was clear as a bell for a jolly night.
  50. Sabina laid the second set of genetic test kits on a different bench, adjusted each to receive thawed samples, and labeled them ‘Bellisa’.
  51. The Baroness, who had arrived friendly, withdrew into frost with the manner of one who felt she had been thawed on the last occasion on false pretences.
  52. On her way back from the grocery, she killed an hour or more cruising somnolent sidestreets, while the turkey thawed on the passenger’s seat beside her.
  53. If there yet lurked any ice of indifference towards me in the Pagan's breast, this pleasant, genial smoke we had, soon thawed it out, and left us cronies.
  54. Though patches of brilliant snow shimmer in the moonlight, we stick to the dark, rocky areas that thawed in the heat of the day’s sun, the better to blend.
  55. It was not until we had consumed some hot tea at the station and taken our places in the Kentish train that we were sufficiently thawed, he to speak and I to listen.
  56. It was not until we had consumed some hot tea at the station, and taken our places in the Kentish train, that we were sufficiently thawed, he to speak and I to listen.
  57. Taciturn, suspicious, ungracious, it took some time before Holmes's pleasant manner and frank acceptance of all that she said thawed her into a corresponding amiability.
  58. Glenelle found that she could still run the android as well as she had when she helped raise Alan, the only one of their seed zygotes Gordon's Lamp ever thawed and raised.
  59. Ford had simply reputed all charges by claiming the food needed to be partially thawed in order to avoid freezing to the walls of the dumpster and becoming too difficult to extract.
  60. As long as they kept the horses fed with copious quantities of thawed carrots and dried apples and gave them lots of attention, the horses appeared to be content to do whatever was asked of them.
  61. Then little Gerda shed burning tears; and they fell on his chest, they went to his heart, they thawed the lumps of ice, and consumed the splinters of the looking-glass; he looked at her, and she sang a hymn.
  62. You look more like twenty four than the eighty two Earth years you've been here, and you were what? Forty seven when you went into the capsule, not to mention the years between when you thawed and when you landed.
  63. She was an interesting person, this stern Australian nurse—taciturn, suspicious, ungracious, it took some time before Holmes's pleasant manner and frank acceptance of all that she said thawed her into a corresponding amiability.
  64. Bodies may well be preserved for years or even centuries and enabled to be thawed out successfuly, but we “are” not merely each individual cell-constructed corpus, are we? When those bods are taken out, fixed up and ready to “live” again.
  65. And as the snow melted from the bases of the mountains, the arctic forms would seize on the cleared and thawed ground, always ascending, as the warmth increased and the snow still further disappeared, higher and higher, whilst their brethren were pursuing their northern journey.
  1. I hear she is a beautiful river, but deadly in the spring thaws.
  2. However, if want to start planting during spring, then you should do it once the ground or the soil thaws.
  3. Gradually, though, the aspirin thaws the edges a bit, and he becomes aware of a choked sound coming from the passenger’s seat.
  4. For the three thousand square miles of our district, what with our thaws, and the storms, and the work in the fields, I don’t see how it is.
  5. And if we’re unlucky about the weather and it thaws earlier than projected along the Holy Langhorne? Cayleb asked quietly, and Merlin shrugged.
  6. I don't know yet how it's going to be done, but, by Frith and Inlé, before this frost thaws, we'll eat his cabbages inside the house and make him look a fool into the bargain!'.
  7. For the three thousand square miles of our district, what with our thaws, and the storms, and the work in the fields, I don't see how it is possible to provide medical aid all over.

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2. My feet started to thaw.
3. To thaw my ice clad soul.
4. And you will thaw again.
5. You may thaw your freeze.
6. And now upon the snow in thaw.
7. Moe’s icy glare seemed to thaw somewhat.
8. Migrating wildfowl fly to land in the thaw.
9. Touched once the ice will thaw upon the window.
10. Her buoyant self-confidence began to thaw out again.
11. She was hysterical because an overnight thaw, which.
12. Eh, lad, It's ill sledging when the thaw has set in.
13. Place peas in colander and run cold water over to thaw.
14. He’s a decent old guy once you thaw him out a little.
15. Freezing it is also possible; to use, thaw and refresh.
16. She smiled about that, and he began to hope she might thaw.
17. While it is close to the Sun, these ices thaw, rise, and.
18. He’s been working to thaw the relationship between the U.
19. If freezing, thaw in refrigerator 1-2 days prior to serving.
20. There seemed to be no pleasing her, or any sign of a coming thaw.
21. Couldn’t we thaw it out with the heater? suggested Melissa.
22. Her eyes were bright in the lantern light, his blood began to thaw.
23. There are nearly a thousand settlers coming over with the spring thaw.
24. The good news is that we’re looking at a late thaw again, he thought.
25. Thaw recognized his genius and was his main support through trying days.
26. His strength was waning and his flesh melting like ice in a spring thaw.
27. He arrived at the end of March, on Good Friday, after the thaw had set in.
28. Thaw snow sufficiently to mould into a ball before attempting to suck it.
29. Thaw with his gentle persuasion is more powerful than Thor with his hammer.
30. Thank goodness, Rebecca cried, rushing to his side as he began to thaw.
31. I'm old enough and cold enough; the hottest day won't thaw me, laughed Mrs.
32. They remind me of soft thaw winds, and warm sunshine, and nearly melted snow.
33. When needed, we would thaw them, pour off the extra fluid, and pile them high on.
34. Aesa had taken hours to thaw out, and was still wearing his cloak next to the fire.
35. Thaw of Pittsburg, his constant support of the observatory there may be mentioned.
36. If you are working with a frozen cake, let it thaw a bit before applying the icing.
37. Trying to break the ice, or thaw out the room a little, I joked, Did you hear Mrs.
38. Freeze the consommé and later thaw it slowly in the refrigerator through a filter cloth.
39. To the ice bitches of the world, Cindy toasted, and the men who cannot thaw us out.
40. And suddenly everything disappears and the great genius is crossing the frozen Volga in a thaw.
41. I noticed that this river was beginning to thaw and small rivulets were flowing around the ice.
42. AKÍM [goes on fidgeting with the leg-bands] Eh, lad, It's ill sledging when the thaw has set in.
43. But every mile closer to Guarnak that you could get before the canals thaw might well be priceless.
44. First snow, then a thaw which turned everything to deep mud, and then the real, deep, freezing snow.
45. A thaw had set in, it was muddy and cold, the ice on the river broke, and the roads became impassable.
46. If the cake is still frozen after application, it should be placed in the refrigerator to thaw slowly.
47. At Wuthering Heights it always sounded on quiet days following a great thaw or a season of steady rain.
48. In applying part of his surplus in aiding these two now famous men, the millionaire Thaw did a noble work.
49. At least the canals are finally beginning to thaw, Kaitswyrth said in a determinedly more cheerful tone.
50. At the table, the bread would then thaw over the burning liquor while the guest was busy eating other dishes.
51. Barney apparently didn’t notice or care, and it wasn’t until Thursday that his icy demeanor began to thaw.
52. There was a thaw, the market-place was dingy and evil-smelling, but I was delighted even with the marketplace.
53. When you’re ready to use the tomatoes, thaw and the skins will come off quite easily (or so I’ve been told).
54. After several days of ice and snow, the thaw was setting in and today had started off with a heavy shower of rain.
55. The cry "Treachery!" was followed by a cry of "Save yourselves who can!" An army which is disbanding is like a thaw.
56. All winter I did not see him, and when the thaw came with a new crop of saxifrage, I decided to ask Trid and Max about him.
57. The following year, not long after the spring thaw, the wolves came running into one of the towns closest to the river delta.
58. A farmer fights the elements, the heat, the hail, the dearth of rain or sometimes too much rain, a late thaw, or wind storms.
59. And after the thaw had been going on for some time they all realized that the Witch would no longer be able to use her sledge.
60. But Gabriella had been dust in her casket long enough to be forgotten, before the Lula's automated circuits began to thaw him.
61. The winter of 2006 was as easy on the new USCGC icebreaker Mackinaw as it had been on the old Mackinaw in the early thaw of 1966.
62. Here are two people sadly in need of a third to thaw the ice between them; and you are the very one we should both of us choose.
63. Swamps and marshes, frozen since the ice-age, hold around 70 billion tons of methane, all of which will be released as they thaw.
64. They carried small one-man boats in their luggage and Manfred planned to ride the spring thaw down the River Doom as far as Two Rivers.
65. The moon was set, and it was very dark; Bessie carried a lantern, whose light glanced on wet steps and gravel road sodden by a recent thaw.
66. And, of course, once the thaw sets in, we’ll be able to begin expanding and converting Saint Kylmahn’s and the other northern foundries.
67. The gelatin will bind all of the dregs in the bouillon, which is later allowed to slowly thaw in the refrigerator over a sieve with a filter cloth.
68. Everyone warned Peter to keep a distance from Jamyra, because once she got mad, she would turn anything into solid ice, and it would take days to thaw.
69. Bloody politicians! Standing in front of a large log fire at the Minister's home, a large glass of sherry in his hand, Mainwaring started to thaw out.
70. They would have liked more snow, she thought; it had been the year’s first, and they were too young to know they should enjoy the thaw while it lasted.
71. In this way we rushed south with the river, and when sandy Pemrenia swallowed the horizon, the thaw came, and the thrushes, too, with their throaty warbles.
72. If the decorated cake is frozen, you will need to let it thaw slowly in the refrigerator, uncovered, so the cake will not sweat and the colors will stay true.
73. Whatever he’s planning, though, it’ll be easy for the heretics to reinforce him as soon as the thaw sets in and they can push their ironclads up the Ice Ash.
74. I could wish the entire Mighty Host wasn’t strung along the Holy Langhorne like beads on a string, given how much later the thaw comes farther north, but it is coming.
75. The chances are the new bird (if the store actually had one left) won't thaw out in time for cooking at the appointed hour, thus sending the entire Family into Christmas apoplexy.
76. Max then resealed the leak with the saddle, leaving the pipe to thaw on its own and eventually refill the water tanks in the house with drugged water, and drove back to the lock-up.
77. The wind is relentless, and because the summers are so very short, only the upper layers of the ground thaw; the mercury in the thermometer never climbs above 50 F, but in winter it gets cold.
78. Sometimes a thaw, usually brief, sends the temperatures soaring up to ten or twenty degrees above freezing! Freak weather, but there is also the season where winter is not over yet, and it’s just mud, mud, mud.
79. When Carter had hinted to Sir James in their last general matters meeting that the next CESRE would probably be a simulated terrorist attack, he had thought his icy relationship with Carter was beginning to thaw.
80. And deep in rawboned bodies a secret fear-juice ran like a spring thaw, and their resolute calmness and belief and easy humbleness was gnawed and eaten by that juice and melted away in a torrent! Someone screamed.
81. And deep in rawboned bodies a secret fear juice ran like a spring thaw, and their resolute calmness and belief and easy humbleness was gnawed and eaten by that juice and melted away in a torrent! Someone screamed.
82. With a dynamic regulatory environment, blitzes of weak economic data, credit markets that have yet to fully thaw, and uncertainty surrounding the new administration, it seems as though volatility may remain for some time.
83. Permafrost represents a constant challenge for builders: the soil will begin to thaw near pipe-systems and heated buildings, so that houses that have not been carefully constructed will start to subside and, eventually, to collapse.
84. That should let him get there with at least a couple of five-days or so to spare, assuming Owl’s long-range weather projections hold up and he doesn’t get hit by an early thaw, on the one hand, or a series of blizzards, on the other.
85. Even if this had not been their way they couldn't have kept to the river valley once the thaw began, for with all that melting snow the river was soon in flood—a wonderful, roaring, thundering yellow flood—and their path would have been under water.
86. At the same time, it was unlikely more than a few score of the new weapons could be gotten to the armies in the field before the spring thaw, and even if they could, the heretics and their infantry angle-guns had delivered a pointed lesson in the advantages of mobility.
87. Now, at the moment, he’s got something like a month and a half or even two months more of winter to work with, but once the thaw sets in he won’t be a lot more mobile than the Temple Boys, at least until the snowmelt runs off, the rivers go back down, and the mud dries.
88. One may thaw and revive a frozen heart in that convict, one may wait upon him for years, and at last bring up from the dark depths a lofty soul, a feeling, suffering creature; one may bring forth an angel, create a hero! There are so many of them, hundreds of them, and we are all to blame for them.
89. The winter had passed imperceptibly and the thaw begun when the list of examinations was posted at the University, and I suddenly remembered that I had to return answers to questions in eighteen subjects on which I had heard lectures delivered, but with regard to some of which I had taken no notes and made no preparation whatever.
90. The pressure would ease a bit in the next couple of months, as the northern canal systems began to thaw once more, but for the moment Gorath was probably the only port in the world which could rival heretical Tellesberg’s normal volume of shipping, and protecting it and keeping it flowing was the responsibility of the two admirals gazing out across it.
91. Many were permanently housed within the city walls, as servants in the inns and taverns, as merchants or lords and ladies on extended visits to the King of the Nordics, as well as over three hundred nobility who had arrived with the spring thaw, bringing escorts of soldiers either in aid of the Saviours or to protect their own interests during their journey to Nordhel.
92. I’m the one who has to authorize someone else to do it, and if it doesn’t work—if it turns into a disaster because we get two solid five-days of blizzards nobody anticipated, or the thaw comes early in the Border States, or it comes late on the Ice Ash—I’ll be the one who rolled the dice—because, in the final analysis, the responsibility’s mine, whoever came up with the idea in the first place—and crapped out with the lives of sixty thousand men.
93. Villafranca for the snow to thaw, only Jean, Jacques,.

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