WARMER


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WARMERWorld Action for Recycling Materials and Energy from Rubbish (environmental campaign)
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There is no warmer kinder-looking garment in the world.
As they sailed further and further into the South, it got warmer and warmer.
And what's a' more, though that young man do talk foolish things about the rights of farm laborers and such-like nonsense, if Sir John was to hear him layin' it down concernin' rent and improvements, and the way we tenant farmers is put upon, p'raps he'd speak warmer than ever next Sunday.
Let me say what a debt I owe to the chance that has led you to my house; you could have entered none which would have given you a warmer welcome.
Every minute the sun shone warmer on the top of the hill.
But there are many other circumstances which evince that what I have alleged is the true cause of the motion of the blood: thus, in the first place, the difference that is observed between the blood which flows from the veins, and that from the arteries, can only arise from this, that being rarefied, and, as it were, distilled by passing through the heart, it is thinner, and more vivid, and warmer immediately after leaving the heart, in other words, when in the arteries, than it was a short time before passing into either, in other words, when it was in the veins; and if attention be given, it will be found that this difference is very marked only in the neighborhood of the heart; and is not so evident in parts more remote from it.
When icebergs are undermined at their base by warmer water or reiterated shocks their centre of gravity rises, and the whole thing turns over.
And looking across space with instruments, and intelligences such as we have scarcely dreamed of, they see, at its nearest distance only 35,000,000 of miles sunward of them, a morning star of hope, our own warmer planet, green with vegetation and grey with water, with a cloudy atmosphere eloquent of fertility, with glimpses through its drifting cloud wisps of broad stretches of populous country and narrow, navy-crowded seas.
de Treville, growing warmer as he spoke, "and his majesty was right; for, upon my honor, it is true that the Musketeers make but a miserable figure at court.
A body, being white, is said to be whiter at one time than it was before, or, being warm, is said to be warmer or less warm than at some other time.
The boy wept afresh, and clung to the heap of earth as if the cold heart beneath it were warmer to him than any in a living breast.
If she could get into that hovel, she would be warmer.