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Cold Breeze


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  1. The ocean's cold breeze swept over him, and his thoughts turned from his dead mate to his best friend, Gabriel, who had tried to kill him then disappeared.
  2. Jun 23,  · A cold, Himalayan breeze is blowing over India-Nepal relationship. Already reeling in the aftermath of the “unjustified cartographic assertion” over Indian territory, to quote from the statement of the Ministry of External Affairs issued on May 20, the latest citizenship amendment bill endorsed by the state affairs committee of the Nepalese Parliament by majority vote on June 21 will further chill ties.
  3. Cold Breeze. The Cold Mist program, with its unique jet spray, dispenses very fine droplets heated to 39°C and also features blue LED lighting with cold mint aromas that produce greatly refreshing and reinvigorating effects. Its characteristics make Cold Mist the cold reaction that best matches warm baths and Roman baths.
  4. Cool Breeze synonyms. Top synonyms for cool breeze (other words for cool breeze) are fresh wind, fresh breeze and refreshing breeze.
  5. 86 synonyms of breeze from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus 55 related words, definitions, and antonyms. Find another word for breeze. Breeze: a slight or gentle movement of air.
  6. A cold breeze hits him and, at that moment, [ ] he realizes that heroes are not necessarily the ones who are known or respected; true heroes are the ones who are unknown.
  7. Search cold breeze and thousands of other words in English definition and synonym dictionary from Reverso. You can complete the definition of cold breeze given by the English Definition dictionary with other English dictionaries: Wikipedia, Lexilogos, Oxford, Cambridge, Chambers Harrap, Wordreference, Collins Lexibase dictionaries, Merriam Webster.
  8. The cold window is actually drawing heat out of your body, making you feel the chill or draft due to the convective current. The second cause, which normally happens in conjunction with the first; is the warm air rises from your furnace or other heat source, then pulled toward the cold or drafty windows, the air cooling, and then falling down the plane of the window, creating a cold-air-waterfall effect.

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