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Ella’s steamy, verdant Thailand shifts to the cold, slate gray rain of Elena’s Paris.
Masks worn properly over the nose with goggles on are a guaranteed steamy nightmare.
A complete guide to Instant Pots and other multicookersNot every sweet lends itself to “baking up” in the steamy environment that is the IP.
Masks make it hard for children to breathe in steamy Georgia weather and to read facial cues, and the mandate puts too much pressure on them, she said.
This steamy heat is the very deuce to work in, and I'll be glad of the lay-off on Sunday.
Even the West-end was hot and steamy on that broiling August day.
LITTLEBOURNE LOCKF. BAYFORD HARRISON
A mouth ripped apart on the skull, and the chest began to move with a wet steamy sound in irregular gasps.
THE JEWELS OF APTORSAMUEL R. DELANY
After the noise and steamy heat of the dining-room, this was an example our two friends were not sorry to follow.
Merry saw how the thing was done one steamy hot day at Palembang, and he saw quite stark and plain.
The weather had been still and steamy; but it broke up finely now, and we had a rattling three-reef sail to the Zuyder Zee.'
THE RIDDLE OF THE SANDSERSKINE CHILDERS

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