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  • They said nothing about the water being cold or feeling pain.
  • Soviet units faced less severe problems due to their experience with cold weather.
  • A slow-moving cold front produced several days of severe weather across the central states.
  • The flow of cold, gray mountain water continues for some distance into the lake.
  • The treaty was the first arms control agreement established during the Cold War.
  • Many variations were created, the most common of which is served cold rather than hot.
  • The meeting was received as a very important step to the end of the Cold War.
  • With increasing cold, the former gave rise to water, earth and stones.
  • The areas where they live can get as warm as in the summer and as cold as in the winter.
  • Are not many of their men-folk being murdered in cold blood?
  • Spring is mild and usually warm, however they can still be cold on occasion.
  • This bottom up model of structure formation requires something like cold dark matter to succeed.
  • Soviet forces, however, remained in the country throughout the Cold War.
  • Since the Cold War was over, so was the direct threat of a war.
  • In the past, a wider variety of cold-start methods were used.
  • Dark matter candidates can be approximately divided into three classes, called cold, warm and hot dark matter.
  • Powers initially received a cold reception on his return home.
  • On several occasions the cold open lasted until mid show, after which the regular opening titles ran.
  • In the end, all that remains is a cold dark mass sometimes called a black dwarf.
  • It can be prepared by hand or food processor and served hot or cold.
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Meaning of cold

  • noun A mild viral infection involving the nose and respiratory passages (but not the lungs)
    will they never find a cure for the common cold?
  • noun The sensation produced by low temperatures
    he shivered from the cold, the cold helped clear his head
  • adjective Having a low or inadequate temperature or feeling a sensation of coldness or having been made cold by e.g. ice or refrigeration
    a cold climate, a cold room, dinner has gotten cold, cold fingers, if you are cold, turn up the heat, a cold beer
  • adjective Extended meanings; especially of psychological coldness; without human warmth or emotion
    a cold unfriendly nod, a cold and unaffectionate person, a cold impersonal manner, cold logic, the concert left me cold