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While he was training for the effort, however, rider Gary McDonald set the bar even higher with a blistering 9 hours 28​ minutes, making Wardell’s goal that much harder.
I grew up in the Chicago area because, obviously being on the border of Wisconsin, and I would describe Chicago after being pent up all winter and the cold, blistering winds that come off Lake Michigan, very similar.
In the summer of 2019, a blistering heat wave swept across Europe.
They believe the technology has room to grow, and with more development, might hit those blistering 6G speeds.
California’s electricity system is buckling under the strains of a blistering heat wave that may have established the highest temperature ever reliably recorded.
The west tide was going, and a long stretch was made across Spithead, 'Britannia' giving her rival a blistering for a time.
Well, then, if it must be so, he must and will; any thing rather than this hot and blistering sand.
HEARTMARTIN FARQUHAR TUPPER
"Because I eminently prefer my matrimonial frying-pan to the blistering coals of the illicit," she said coolly.
THE TIGRESSANNE WARNER
To avoid that calamity, he would have endured worse evils than the blistering rock.

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