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Without emotion; distant.
Old English Ä«sceald, corresponding to ice +"Ž cold.
His voice was low and ice cold.
Place your martini glasses in the freezer for a bit if you love your martini ice-cold.
However, there is something appealing about sticking with tradition and only bringing out these cups when it's time for an ice cold Julep.
Blanching means immersing the vegetables quickly in boiling water, then immersing them in ice cold water.
The refrigerant is sent through an expansion device that turns it back into an ice-cold liquid where it returns to the evaporator coil to start the whole process over again.
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