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a refrigerator for cooling liquids

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an iced drink especially white wine and fruit juice

a cell for violent prisoners

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He paused and growing cooler in a moment, added, with only sarcastic dryness, "If Mr.
They then brought him his ass, and mounting him on top of it they put his jacket round him; and the compassionate Maritornes, seeing him so exhausted, thought fit to refresh him with a jug of water, and that it might be all the cooler she fetched it from the well.
They will be angry," he added, after a moment's silence, and in a cooler tone; "Mrs.
There were cooler and more calculating spirits, however, who had the control of affairs, and felt nothing of the patriotic pride and indignation of these youths.
It was very clear to me that if dangers lay before us I could not in all England have found a cooler head or a braver spirit with which to share them.
They could not have been cooler than this young man, with death at the bottom of his bright and sunken eyes.
The temperature of the atmosphere was so much cooler at that point that the aeronauts had to resort to their blankets and thick coverings.
As we ascended we found the air grew cooler and cooler, which was a great relief to us, and at dawn, so far as we could judge, we were not more than about a dozen miles from the snow line.
And it was not then; her hand became cooler, her breathing more easy; she smiled to us.
The thing didn't miss me by a dozen feet, and when I rose, it wheeled and followed me, but only to the cooler air close to the level of the cliff-tops; there it turned again and dropped.
His pipe was nearly out, and a cooler breeze was stealing over the plain.
Hegan had Celtic imagination and daring, and to such degree that Daylight's cooler head was necessary as a check on his wilder visions.
The sun sank rapidly; the silvery light had faded from the bare boughs and the watery twilight was setting in when Wilson at last walked down the hill, descending into cooler and cooler depths of grayish shadow.
For the first time, he thought it likely that the heat in the house might induce some of the inmates to try the cooler atmosphere in the grounds.
So I abandoned the Snark voyage and sought a cooler climate.