a cold

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  • They generally form during high-pressure systems, such as after a cold front.
  • Night brought a cold rain and the end of fighting for the day.
  • It usually takes a cold front to force out or break down the high pressure.
  • Both work by moving heat from a cold space to a warm space.
  • She had been suffering from a cold for the last four months of her life.
  • During production, she also caught a cold which caused her to miss a couple days.
  • Drawing can also be used to produce a cold formed shaped cross-section.
  • Because no heat is involved it is called a cold-setting process.
  • This episode begins with a cold open, which from here on became a standard feature.
  • The buildings faced south because the north had a cold wind.
  • All of these elements resulted from the passage of a cold front.
  • On the other hand, the dry season includes a cold period and a period of heat.
  • Soon, the doctor feels as if she is coming down with a cold.
  • A cold chain can be managed by a quality management system.
  • On his return a cold and social pressure set back the recovery.
  • We were in the Cold War and this was a Cold war activity.
  • It could also be created by other phenomena, such as a cold front.
  • He is portrayed as a cold man, who shows little love for his family and daughter.
  • It should be able to pick up a cold trail as well as a hot one.
  • This type of attack against a computer is often called a cold boot attack.
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