Blow-cold



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Historical Examples

Child of Storm H. Rider Haggard
Philosophy of Osteopathy Andrew T. Still
The Road to Damascus August Strindberg
Jess H. Rider Haggard
Superstition In All Ages (1732) Jean Meslier
Country Neighbors Alice Brown
Tess of the d’Urbervilles Thomas Hardy
White Lies Charles Reade

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    a small, usually hand-held electrical appliance combining a comb and blow-dryer, permitting one to style the hair while drying it.

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    the outer bark of an oak, Quercus suber, of Mediterranean countries, used for making stoppers for bottles, floats, etc. Also called cork oak. the tree itself. something made of cork. a piece of cork, rubber, or the like used as a stopper, as for a bottle. Angling. a small float to buoy up a fishing […]



  • Blow–down

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