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- verb Present participle of
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- noun the process whereby heat changes something from a solid to a liquid
- noun warm weather following a freeze; snow and ice melt
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The rate at which they are thawing is much much faster than at any given period in time sinc ethe ice age.
Like I said - Glaciers thawing is just one of many ways to tell the earth is warming.
Hulk fights with iron man, leading inadvertently to the discovery of Cap and his subsequent thawing from the Cap America movie .. (
Of course, the idea of thawing temperatures seems pretty nice at the end of a long, snowy winter like the one we just had in parts of the U.S., and the trend does promise earlier starts for golfers, gardeners, and farmers in the future.
Olympics organizers hoped that the 2008 Games would lead to the same kind of thawing in China.
I thought the "thawing" cliche referred to W-Martin. 10-15 years, I don't know about that.
In fact, he’s anything but … but the fact he’s more receptive to a thawing is a signal of the direction we’re moving in,” he continued, before adding, “of course, lifting the travel ban itself will be a major, major development in the drive toward an expanded trade relation.
Oddly enough, the "thawing" of their scorched bodies beneath the tarpaulin brought a certain degree of relief.
I’ve honestly never tried it, so well has she frightened me off from the notion of thawing and refreezing.
A activity in the restaurant sector; a "thawing" in relations with the company's franchisees; a "compelling" stock valuation; and "still-negative [Wall] Street sentiment ... leaving plenty of room for more constructive views".