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thawed

mod. alcohol intoxicated. Tad is sort of soppy, you might say, thawed.
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From the portico, from the eaves, from the parapet, from every ledge and post and pillar, drips the thawed snow.
She was an interesting person, this stern Australian nurse-- taciturn, suspicious, ungracious, it took some time before Holmes's pleasant manner and frank acceptance of all that she said thawed her into a corresponding amiability.
These, thawed and warmed in the frying-pan, constituted their meal.
YOU thought she was stiff and cold, Anne, dearie, but I can tell you she thawed out wonderful for her.
And as the snow melted from the bases of the mountains, the arctic forms would seize on the cleared and thawed ground, always ascending higher and higher, as the warmth increased, whilst their brethren were pursuing their northern journey.
In another harbour not far distant, a woman, who was suckling a recently-born child, came one day alongside the vessel, and remained there out of mere curiosity, whilst the sleet fell and thawed on her naked bosom, and on the skin of her naked baby
Then little Gerda shed burning tears; and they fell on his bosom, they penetrated to his heart, they thawed the lumps of ice, and consumed the splinters of the looking-glass; he looked at her, and she sang the hymn:
This Nanny was extremely pretty, and altogether as coy; for she had refused a drawer, and one or two young farmers in the neighbourhood, but the bright eyes of our heroe thawed all her ice in a moment.
The evening was at the period when reserve is thawed.
A few sticks of driftwood furnished them with a fire that thawed down through the ice and left them to eat supper in the dark.
So snug and warm was it, that he was loath to leave it when Francois distributed the fish which he had first thawed over the fire.
In the daytime it thawed in the sun, but at night there were even seven degrees of frost.
8 to 8), with a chelating agent (say, EDTA) with an added cryoprotectant such as glycerol or DMSO, is probably the safest matrix in which to store a nucleic acid which will be frozen and thawed.
We noticed a bloom of one particular microbial type that comes to abundance in the thawed habitat.
Frozen trains are normally de-iced by using high-pressure water lances in covered sheds, but the extreme weather has led to a backlog of trains needing to be thawed out.