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The secular cooling that must someday overtake our planet has already gone far indeed with our neighbour.
And he laughed, and took a little more of the cooling drink.
Crystallized by cooling, they have stereotyped that aspect which the moon formerly presented when under the Plutonian forces.
As this fearful ordeal we are about to pass through pictures itself to my fancy in all its dread sublimity, I begin to feel my fierce desire to converse with a genuine Emperor cooling down and passing away.
We can get through with it while the potatoes are boiling and cooling.
We--we were only cooling ourselves,' stammered Bumble, looking apprehensively about him.
That's just like you young men," said the regimental commander cooling down a little.
Then he pictured the solidification, the cooling, the wrinkling which formed the mountains, the steam which turned to water, the slow preparation of the stage upon which was to be played the inexplicable drama of life.
No rain fell on my head, but the converging whalebone points of a dozen neighboring umbrellas poured little cooling steams of water down my neck, and sometimes into my ears, and thus kept me from getting hot and impatient.