cold vs flu

cold flu

Definitions

  • 1) A viral infection characterized by inflammation of the mucous membranes lining the upper respiratory passages and usually accompanied by malaise, fever, chills, coughing, and sneezing.
  • 2) Relative lack of warmth.
  • 3) A condition of low air temperature; cold weather.
  • 4) The sensation resulting from lack of warmth; chill.
  • 5) The relative absence of heat or warmth.
  • 6) In physical, a temperature below the freezing-point of water: thus, 10° of cold, C., means 10° below zero. C.; 10° of cold, F., means 22° F.
  • 7) The sensation produced by sensible loss of heat from some part of the body, particularly its surface; especially, the sensation produced by contact with a substance having a sensibly lower temperature than the body.
  • 8) An indisposition commonly ascribed to exposure to cold; especially, a catarrhal inflammation of the mucous membrane of the nose, pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchi, or bronchial tubes.
  • 9) The relative absence or want of heat in one body as compared with another; especially, the physical cause of the sensation of cold.
  • 10) So intense as to be almost uncontrollable.
  • 11) Characterized by repeated failure, especially in a sport or competitive activity.
  • 12) Being at a temperature that is less than what is required or what is normal.
  • 13) Not affectionate or friendly; aloof.
  • 14) Designating or being in a tone or color, such as pale gray, that suggests little warmth.
  • 15) Chilled by refrigeration or ice.
  • 16) Appearing to be dead; unconscious.
  • 17) Exhibiting or feeling no enthusiasm.
  • 18) Lacking emotion; objective.
  • 19) Dead.
  • 20) Having little appeal to the senses or feelings.
  • 21) Devoid of sexual desire; frigid.
  • 22) Feeling no warmth; uncomfortably chilled.
  • 23) Having lost all freshness or vividness through passage of time.
  • 24) Having a low temperature.
  • 25) Without advance preparation or introduction.
  • 26) To an unqualified degree; totally.
  • 27) With complete finality.
  • 28) Not moving or exciting feeling or emotion; unaffecting; not animated or animating; not able to excite feeling or interest; spiritless: as, a cold discourse; cold comfort.
  • 29) Producing the peculiar kind of sensation which results when the temperature of certain points on the skin is lowered; especially, producing this sensation with considerable or great intensity, an inferior degree of intensity being denoted by the word cool; gelid; frigid; chilling: as, cold air; a cold stone; cold water.
  • 30) Unmoved by interest or strong feeling; imperturbable; deliberate; cool.
  • 31) Discouraging; worrying; inspiring anxiety.
  • 32) The testing of the ductility of iron and steel bars and plates by bending, while cold, to a certain angle, 90°, both with and across the grain, to determine whether this can be done without fracture.
  • 33) Not fresh or vivid; faint; old: applied in hunting to scent, and in woodcraft to trails or signs not of recent origin.
  • 34) To grow cold.
  • 35) In art, blue in effect, or inclined toward blue in tone; noting a tone, or hue, as of a pigment, or an effect of light, into the composition of which blue enters, though the blue may not be apparent to the eye: as, a picture cold in tone.
  • 36) Having the sensation induced by contact with a substance of which the temperature is sensibly lower, especially much lower, than that of the part of the body touching it, inferior degrees of the sensation being denoted by cool, chill, chilly.
  • 37) Epidemic cerebrospinal meningitis in horses.
  • 38) Figuratively Affecting the senses only slightly; not strongly perceptible to the smell or taste.
  • 39) Dead.
  • 40) Not heated by sensual desire; chaste.
  • 41) Having lost the first warmth, as of feeling or interest.
  • 42) Physically, having a low temperature, or a lower temperature than another body with which it is compared: without direct reference to any sensation produced: as, the sun grows colder constantly through radiation of its heat.
  • 43) Togrowcold.
  • 44) In the game of hunt-the-thimble and similar games, distant from the object of search: opposed to warm, that is, near, and hot, very near.
  • 45) Affecting or arousing the feelings or passions only slightly.
  • 46) (out in the cold) Lacking benefits given to others; neglected.
  • 47) (out in the cold) Lacking benefits given to others; neglected.

Definitions

  • 1) informal Common cold.
  • 2) Influenza.
  • 3) informal Common cold.
  • 4) Influenza.
  • 5) an acute febrile highly contagious viral disease

Examples

  • 1) The gun metal is cold and hard.
  • 2) Their walk is the ideal way to stay safe in cold weather.
  • 3) The cold temperature naturally helps tighten the skin.
  • 4) Sadly that liquid is a reservoir of methane cold enough to make bananas as fragile as porcelain.
  • 5) He can blow hot and cold but when his game is on he is unstoppable.
  • 6) His only change was to capitalise cold and war.
  • 7) Cats can be cold like that.
  • 8) She takes it for coughs, colds and sore throats.
  • 9) The troops suffered atrocious conditions in bitterly cold winters, with temperatures down to minus 30C.
  • 10) White blood cell counts are raised when people suffer frequent illness such as colds.
  • 11) No cold dead eyes or razor teeth.
  • 12) Why does it feel much colder than the weather forecasts say it is?
  • 13) We have tested the best clothes for those temperatures in a cold chamber.
  • 14) Sometimes it makes us cold and wet and sometimes it makes us warm.
  • 15) You can deal with doubts and romance goes from cold to red hot.
  • 16) It was bitterly cold now and the ground was frozen hard.
  • 17) The ration packs were designed for a cold war.
  • 18) You can handle the cold for a short period of time.
  • 19) He woke up with a cold body next to him.
  • 20) The chances are you get fewer colds and infections.
  • 21) If he catches a cold it hits him a lot harder than anyone else.
  • 22) None of us had a single cough or cold during the winter we lived there.
  • 23) Perhaps you come from a cold home background and need help to thaw.
  • 24) They found the germs thrived when it was cold outside and dry indoors.
  • 25) When he sees it in the cold light of day he will see it was harsh.
  • 26) When warm air rises from your body it draws cold air up your knees.
  • 27) But the thought of it just leaves me cold.
  • 28) They must simply distinguish between a good cold dish and a bad cold dish.
  • 29) Leave to go cold and place in a serving dish.
  • 30) It will come as no surprise to hear that this month has proved wetter and colder than average.
  • 31) You think these people can be swayed by cold, hard sense about economics?
  • 32) It's not necessary for most minor illnesses such as coughs, colds or sore throats.
  • 33)           The cold water was _cold_ but the hot water was only a few degrees warmer -- barely enough to feel a difference.
  • 34) Put it on an earthen dish, cover it with a cloth and set it in a cold place, in the ice box in summer; let it remain until _cold_; an hour or more before making out the crust.
  • 35) A teaspoonful of the _Camphor tincture_ may be put into a tumbler of cold water, ice water if at hand, and the water agitated until it becomes clear, giving a teaspoonful of this camphorated _cold_ water as
  • 36) Hardly any thing can be worse for a small pox patient than to be in a cold or damp room, and to breathe _cold_ air.
  • 37) If the wind whistled afar, the boiling-place was in a sheltered nook; if the rain poured down, or the snow-flakes fell without, we were protected by the sugar-house or shed; if the day was cold the fire was warm; _and the heart of a youth is never cold_.
  • 38) When I say, The weather is _so_ cold, or _very_ cold, or _intensely_ cold, the words _so, very_, and _intensely_ modify the adjective _cold_ by expressing the _degree_ of coldness.
  • 39) Exercising in cold air, _if not too cold_, with clothing removed, is an excellent means of hardening the skin and promoting good digestion.
  • 40) Thus we take a glance out of the window and say that the day looks cold, although we well know that we cannot see _cold_.
  • 41) ‘The water was warm, almost scalding compared to the cold shock of the temperature that one day.’
  • 42) ‘Christmas eve, there is a cold wind, the temperatures in the desert dip below freezing.’
  • 43) ‘The problem has been made worse by standing flood water, freezing temperatures and a cold wind.’
  • 44) ‘Wind, snow, rain, and cold temperatures are all factors that can steal your body heat.’
  • 45) ‘The wind outside was cold and wet, while the sky threatened to dump it's contents at any moment.’
  • 46) ‘In cold climates the body achieves its constant temperature by a combination of heat production and heat conservation.’
  • 47) ‘It clots very easily when the body's repeatedly exposed to cold temperatures.’
  • 48) ‘Direct exposure to the cold air makes the body temperature drop too fast to adjust to the sharp difference.’
  • 49) ‘No surprise there, given that it's cold outside and everybody needs a little human friction to get by.’
  • 50) ‘I'm begging someone, anyone pinch me, shake me, pour a bucket of cold water on my body.’
  • 51) ‘At the same time, autumn is the right season to undertake exercises to build up one's body for the coming cold winter.’
  • 52) ‘It's a cold climate with temperatures in the 20s in the winter and in the 50s in the summer.’
  • 53) ‘Within weeks of the murder inquiry being launched, it emerged that her killer might have stored her body somewhere cold.’
  • 54) ‘Not a minute too soon either as the air temperature is very cold.’
  • 55) ‘There is a risk of very windy conditions but overall it will not be too cold with temperatures around normal.’
  • 56) ‘Salmon marine survival rates are known to be very poor in winters of particularly cold sea temperatures.’
  • 57) ‘It will be very cold by night with temperatures not expected to exceed two degrees.’
  • 58) ‘This article refers to the differences that might occur on a cold winter's morning compared to a warm summer evening.’
  • 59) ‘After a bunch of cold days the temperatures shot up in the mid 40s and started melting things.’
  • 60) ‘The cold air hit her body with the force of a stone wall.’
  • 61) ‘When we are cold and uncomfortable, we tend to lose focus on the task at hand.’
  • 62) ‘As the flights lasted up to eighteen hours disembarking passengers were invariably cold and uncomfortable.’
  • 63) ‘Rising gas prices are going to mean hungry and cold people all winter long.’
  • 64) ‘It has to be done at the time, whatever the conditions and however tired, wet and cold people may be.’
  • 65) ‘The author can bear witness as to how uncomfortable it can be once you are cold to the core and well off the shore in a stiffer wind than was expected.’
  • 66) ‘It was sunbathing weather in Catania, but now we are cold, even in sweaters and jackets.’
  • 67) ‘He misinterpreted that to mean she was still cold, and gently began to rub her bare arms with the palms of his hands.’
  • 68) ‘They'd rip the shirts off of their back for you if you were cold.’
  • 69) ‘I was really cold and wet by the time we got to the cafe.’
  • 70) ‘She simply could not fathom that the heat in the entire building would not be turned back on just because she was cold.’
  • 71) ‘We all slept together in the bed because we were so cold.’
  • 72) ‘And then I was really cold and I couldn't get up to make a hot-water bottle in case there was a scary thing in my kitchen.’
  • 73) ‘When they finally got there, John was very cold so Jamie built a fire for him.’
  • 74) ‘The finest tackle in the world won't catch you fish if you are so cold and miserable that concentration has dropped as low as the temperature.’
  • 75) ‘For the first time in months I was cold, the gentle caress of the breeze put a smile on my face for the first time in days.’
  • 76) ‘Despite layers of thermal underwear and polar fleeces under my oilskins, I am so cold that I have lost all feeling in my right hand.’
  • 77) ‘At first the horse, called Beattie, could not walk because she was so cold, but after being wrapped in blankets she recovered.’
  • 78) ‘Her mother wore the jacket at her wedding - she was probably cold since it was October and she had just arrived from South Africa.’
  • 79) ‘I am very cold and tired and just wanted you guys to know I'm still alive.’
  • 80) ‘I quickly ran to him and wished him happy birthday and he in return hugged me and told me to sit in the blanket because I was very cold.’
  • 81) ‘Soft drinks and hot and cold food will also be available.’
  • 82) ‘Cream teas, ice creams and cold drinks will be served throughout the afternoon.’
  • 83) ‘Tea is almost always consumed hot, as people in Kazakhstan think that drinking cold beverages will make one sick.’
  • 84) ‘We used the response of many a Bulgarian to this comment, telling him that it is good for his skin to drink cold coffee.’
  • 85) ‘Then in the evening we strolled over Tower Bridge and drank cold beers by the river at Butlers' Wharf.’
  • 86) ‘Melvin waved hello to her, as he sat at the table with Bill, eating cold pizza and drinking flat soda.’
  • 87) ‘I've got a presentation to prepare and a sitting-room full of cold curry and empty drink cans.’
  • 88) ‘I drank some more cold tea and goosebumps erupted all over my bare arms.’
  • 89) ‘After the roast dinner on Sunday cold meat was served on Monday with mashed potato and vegetables.’
  • 90) ‘Demand for cold convenience foods and drinks were hit by the wet conditions later in the month.’
  • 91) ‘Shortly after his release from captivity, he contemplates his pique at being served cold soup.’
  • 92) ‘Wherever possible, ask that hot food is served piping hot and ensure that cold food has been kept cool.’
  • 93) ‘There is a display cabinet with wrapped sandwiches, salads (mackerel or ham) and cold puddings.’
  • 94) ‘A superb buffet was then served with a selection of cold food and good Lancashire hot-pot.’
  • 95) ‘For a refreshing cold drink during summer boil half a cup of grated ginger and one cup of sugar in two cups of water.’
  • 96) ‘The second rule is only to serve cold soups when it is hot outside, so the first sip does not induce hypothermia.’
  • 97) ‘Fears about smells and litter mean the only cafe on the beach would be limited to ice cream and cold food.’
  • 98) ‘Serve with crusty buns topped with any cold meat you may have on hand.’
  • 99) ‘You can choose all kinds of salads, hot and cold dishes and fruits, cakes and ice creams.’
  • 100) ‘Less well known is ocrochka, a cold soup made of potatoes, egg, ham, green onion, dill and cucumber in a milky base.’
  • 101) ‘Its presence set a shiver of apprehension down the warrior's spine, and cold fear bubbling in his stomach.’
  • 102) ‘Dutifully, we step on the correct train and go home to the overdraft statement, or the divorce petition, or the cold fear that our kid may be a junkie.’
  • 103) ‘I know that sense of dread that so many children will feel: that cold fear as Sunday draws to an end and Monday morning looms.’
  • 104) ‘The night before, for the first time since the Sars outbreak in Singapore, I felt cold fear.’
  • 105) ‘His fingers tightened around Xavier's hand and Xavier could feel the cold fear in his blood.’
  • 106) ‘Usually, I had no fear of flying, but at that instant, the cold grip of fear clutched at my heart.’
  • 107) ‘Then as quick as it had came, confusion transformed into cold fear as she turned to the stranger.’
  • 108) ‘I've seen several pieces of footage of such monkey hunts and they all elicit the same cold gnawing fear in my gut.’
  • 109) ‘Taking a step back, Joel felt a cold fear clutch at his chest as he forced himself to breathe.’
  • 110) ‘Kassa looked into her and locker and ignored the cold feeling of fear that swept over her.’
  • 111) ‘I saw again the white life I'd took instead of the black, and I went cold with a fear that I'd been wrong.’
  • 112) ‘Feeling the cold touch of fear grip his heart, the crook drank deeply from the scotch in his glass.’
  • 113) ‘I felt my bowels twist and a cold arm of horror shoot up my spine and grab my neck.’
  • 114) ‘I'm sure most GMs know the cold horror of watching from behind your screen as the group charge off after an irrelevant plot point.’
  • 115) ‘A cold fear rose in my throat as I pondered the possible origins of such evil.’
  • 116) ‘She felt rooted to the spot, her disappointment and fear a cold, hard knot in the pit of her stomach.’
  • 117) ‘Even a day later, just thinking about the interview gives me cold shivers down my spine.’
  • 118) ‘So far, however, it does not appear to have hurt the company or reduced shareholders to fits of cold shivers.’
  • 119) ‘Then the cold hard brutal horror had begun to hit home with him.’
  • 120) ‘It seems that one time a golf ball struck by Mr Hastings landed straight on some unfortunate man's head, knocking him out cold for a few minutes.’
  • 121) ‘Fortunately, Rooibush tea has an extreme effect on me, and can knock me out cold within 20 minutes.’
  • 122) ‘It was enough to send us into happiness, and to knock Spurs out cold.’
  • 123) ‘My votes will go to the candidates that can intellectually knock the others out cold.’
  • 124) ‘I must have been knocked out cold because I didn't even hear Anna talking to Blair when he came by.’
  • 125) ‘The painkillers had knocked her out cold and she lay in a deep, unbroken sleep.’
  • 126) ‘That gave him the opportunity to tackle Anthony down again, knocking him out cold.’
  • 127) ‘The poor sap never even knew what hit him, since the blow knocked him out cold.’
  • 128) ‘The man threw up an arm to ward him off, but Quin swept it aside and knocked him out cold with a single blow.’
  • 129) ‘I had to wait for the right moment to use a move I was sure would knock him out cold.’
  • 130) ‘However, the book knocked the assassin out cold so all they had to do was tie the man up and cart him off.’
  • 131) ‘Usually this would have knocked a normal man out cold, but Paul was obviously not normal.’
  • 132) ‘Four with respiratory diseases were on the same examination table, out cold from anesthesia.’
  • 133) ‘She came back a while ago, and now she's asleep, only I can't tell if she's asleep or out cold.’
  • 134) ‘They discovered their mum was out cold and unable to respond.’
  • 135) ‘Really, she'll be out cold for at least another couple of hours.’
  • 136) ‘He slides down the wood beam, out cold but still juddering.’
  • 137) ‘The only solution to that problem would be setting it back in place, and luckily, the boy was still out cold.’
  • 138) ‘Molly is still out cold, but her brother is already awake and very talkative.’
  • 139) ‘Then they turned to see that David was still out cold but the other two were looking confused as to where they were.’
  • 140) ‘Neither of us said a word as we watched the bright flame devour the cold, stiff copse of our dead son.’
  • 141) ‘Did you know that as well as being cold and unemotional, we are also polite, traditional and reserved?’
  • 142) ‘Despite her terrible physical condition at the moment, the tone was so unemotionally cold.’
  • 143) ‘While being a rather cold and calculating man on the whole, Maddock had a soft spot for children.’
  • 144) ‘He was taken away from his mother by Mimi and brought up in a cold, austere home with little affection or comfort.’
  • 145) ‘She could see cold calculation in his eyes, not love or affection or concern.’
  • 146) ‘People falsely assume that being dispassionate means being cold or indifferent.’
  • 147) ‘Maclean has always been a maverick, described more than once as cold and unfeeling.’
  • 148) ‘It may sound a cold and calculating approach to a sale and I suppose it is, in a way.’
  • 149) ‘She checked on the students regularly, always in her same formal cold manner.’
  • 150) ‘At dinner, Kestril was cold and withdrawn, as if he faced a trial the next day.’
  • 151) ‘It is intoxicating, a potentially cold and academic work warmed by the power and skill of the actors, notably Valk.’
  • 152) ‘Some people take this to mean that she's cold and hard but I know better.’
  • 153) ‘She realized that he had warmed up to her a little in the past four hours, but at the beginning he was cold and hard to reach.’
  • 154) ‘Even when she got them to talk to her, she had found that they were cold and harsh.’
  • 155) ‘Anyway, the charm was meant to bring true happiness and I'm sure a gloomy cold person like Ian would need some of that.’
  • 156) ‘Does she think we are cold, mean people because we practice Western-based medicine?’
  • 157) ‘People may say we are cold, but what is wrong with being less demonstrative?’
  • 158) ‘Now I realized that it was his cold anger that I feared, and not his quick temper.’
  • 159) ‘Neither was there a hint of fear in Izumi's cold gray eyes, nor was there a gleam in Tenshi's.’
  • 160) ‘If you don't love this yarn there is a cold dead place where your heart should be and I pity you.’
  • 161) ‘Their victory had been a triumph of cold logic over raw emotion.’
  • 162) ‘Spare a thought for the machinations of the global economy and the cold statistics we hear and read so much.’
  • 163) ‘Statistics can be used to say anything, but always appear relentless and objective and cold.’
  • 164) ‘On the one hand it was extorted by the terrible price of the Warsaw Uprising, while on the other by a cold look at the horrors of war.’
  • 165) ‘On one hand, the seekers must be cold, impersonal, testing each theory mercilessly.’
  • 166) ‘What you need is a dose of cold reality, followed by a couple of weeks living on an inner city council estate.’
  • 167) ‘Those with a flat, narrow mount of Venus girdled by the Life Line are cold and unresponsive.’
  • 168) ‘Sexual or cold, scheming or honest, Huston seems as driven to triumph as Lily is.’
  • 169) ‘I would much rather that than the cold impersonality we had going on right now.’
  • 170) ‘London's image to many is cold, wealthy and impersonal, but its real history is of revolt and subversion.’
  • 171) ‘Thus, when one side was bathed in light and warmth, the other would be a cold, dismal place shrouded in darkness.’
  • 172) ‘It's a cold and clinical design that has none of the warmth and charm of its predecessor.’
  • 173) ‘Suddenly the room felt like a hospital room again, cold, silent and impersonal.’
  • 174) ‘Joel Shapiro is best known for humanizing the cold, impersonal forms of Minimalism.’
  • 175) ‘He then walks out of the antiseptic and cold room, closing the door behind him.’
  • 176) ‘Balthazar said, motioning for them to follow him through the cold, sterile airport.’
  • 177) ‘The old resorts are seen as melancholy places where the skies are perpetually cloudy and the beaches cold and windswept.’
  • 178) ‘Some people think blue is a cold colour, but it doesn't have to be.’
  • 179) ‘As for the cold colour palette, a pink blouse matched with a grey knee-length skirt will show your authority.’
  • 180) ‘Grey is the cold neutral colour; many languages identify it with blue or green.’
  • 181) ‘I recognized the pale blond hair and cold blue eyes as those of Ashton James.’
  • 182) ‘Super-important sci-fi movies always show the future as slate gray and cold blue.’
  • 183) ‘Sara's ears had already begun to point and her eyes were glowing a cold blue.’
  • 184) ‘His eyes were a cold shade of blue, something that made you want to pull your jacket tighter to yourself.’
  • 185) ‘His eyes opened, revealing cold blue orbs, sparkling with an inner light.’
  • 186) ‘The stranger turns around and offers me a hand up, cold blue eyes meeting mine.’
  • 187) ‘The snow seemed amazingly white against the cold grey of an Ontario winter sky.’
  • 188) ‘Her black hair, tall frame and dark, cold blue eyes, and everything clicked.’
  • 189) ‘His face was flawless, oddly familiar but never the less flawless, his eyes a clear, if not cold, blue.’
  • 190) ‘His eyes were a dark, cold blue, but it didn't seem to darken his appearance at all.’
  • 191) ‘The only notable difference was the fact that this girl had hazel eyes while the inquisitor girl had cold blue.’
  • 192) ‘In fact the only thing he knew for certain at this point was that the floor was grey, and a cold grey at that.’
  • 193) ‘They seemed to almost cloud over before the whites of his eyes flashed a cold blue.’
  • 194) ‘They were an icy blue, a blue so cold and intense that Erin was certain that he could see through her.’
  • 195) ‘King Sila was a hard, stern man with cold blue eyes and dark hair, flecked with grey.’
  • 196) ‘A few seconds later, the light died and they saw Mark standing still, his eyes blazed a cold blue.’
  • 197) ‘Moments later the craft was in the air and the planet below them was shining with streaks of bright red and cold blue.’
  • 198) ‘The trail has to be cold by now, too much time has gone by and we don't know if he's changed his look again.’
  • 199) ‘However, following this early breakthrough the trail went cold.’
  • 200) ‘Last night officers insisted the trail had not gone cold.’
  • 201) ‘Most of the abductees never return and the trail grows cold.’
  • 202) ‘The trail has long gone cold, but Ames's mother, Shanika, still clings to the hope that he is still alive.’
  • 203) ‘Police sources say the trail then went cold, but Noye was later to return to southern Spain until his arrest in 1998.’
  • 204) ‘The trail's gone cold and we haven't heard anything in about two months.’
  • 205) ‘The consumer tries to cancel the booking, but then the trail goes cold.’
  • 206) ‘Some later reports placed him in Waziristan, Pakistan, but thereafter the trail has gone cold.’
  • 207) ‘They tracked down other train passengers who said she arrived at Delhi but there the trail runs cold.’
  • 208) ‘The trail went cold for more than two decades - then the police had an astounding piece of luck.’
  • 209) ‘The panther smiled; it had been a long stern chase, with several trails gone cold.’
  • 210) ‘When he's warmed up at the start of a game instead of coming in cold off the bench, he is in less danger of injury.’
  • 211) ‘But it's still notable he was able to step in cold and run the offense so efficiently.’
  • 212) ‘Manufacturers had difficulty ramping up to meet the Army's needs from a cold industrial base.’
  • 213) ‘But now they could die of starvation or cold as temperatures drop to freezing at night.’
  • 214) ‘The cold of the autumn rain made her very bones ache; worry for her brother grew into real fear.’
  • 215) ‘Weather is usually seasonal varying from extreme cold to temperate.’
  • 216) ‘The cold in our bones couldn't thaw until the sun climbed over the peaks.’
  • 217) ‘Bulbs have evolved to survive in harsh climates, to withstand winter cold, or summer drought, or both.’
  • 218) ‘Lucas said that he particularly likes the Tasmanian weather, especially the rain and the cold.’
  • 219) ‘The cold against my hot skin felt nice until I looked up into the mirror and saw someone that was not myself.’
  • 220) ‘The cold of winter dominated their life there as they had over 150 inches of snow in each of those winters.’
  • 221) ‘The cold of night is sharpened by the disappearance of the surface winds.’
  • 222) ‘The cold may make football difficult to cover but other sports have their own problems.’
  • 223) ‘The cold of the water was a shock, but it wore off quickly when he swam around a bit.’
  • 224) ‘A higher proportion of the population die from the cold in winter in Britain than in icy Finland or Russia.’
  • 225) ‘These roses can often grow back from their roots if their tops die from winter cold.’
  • 226) ‘This evening neither one of them was in the least inclined to brave the cold.’
  • 227) ‘Approaching the cub, Erik could see that it was shivering violently from the cold and from fear of him.’
  • 228) ‘I walked back to the bedroom, shivering, partly because of the cold but mostly, fear.’
  • 229) ‘The onset of October brought about new fears of cold, of hunger and of no return.’
  • 230) ‘Here she faced unimaginable cold, wild animals, near-starvation and avalanches.’
  • 231) ‘Rescue officials were on high alert yesterday, with the cold quickly turning fresh snow into sheets of ice.’
  • 232) ‘This cold is deadly, and if we try to seek shelter in the wild tonight, I doubt if we will survive.’
  • 233) ‘Many everyday illnesses like colds and sore throats can be easily treated at home without visiting a doctor.’
  • 234) ‘Most coughs and sore throats and all colds are viral infections.’
  • 235) ‘Minor illnesses such as colds and flu were the most common cause of sickness absence but most employers said stress was on the increase.’
  • 236) ‘Dutch research published last year showed that cutting back on food helps the body fight viral infections such as colds and flu.’
  • 237) ‘People with high levels of stress are also more prone to develop colds and other minor illnesses.’
  • 238) ‘And if workers have colds or sore throats, they should also be excused from phone work so as not to damage their voices.’
  • 239) ‘Both colds and flu start with a runny nose, tickly throat, fever and aches.’
  • 240) ‘You can reduce your risk of chronic sinusitis by carefully treating allergies and colds.’
  • 241) ‘It seems to boost the immune system, lower the frequency of colds and other infections.’
  • 242) ‘Chinese medicine offers a variety of treatments for colds and chest infections.’
  • 243) ‘Of course, you don't have to be in a high-risk category to be struck by colds or the flu.’
  • 244) ‘Typically influenza is characterized by high fever while colds are without fever.’
  • 245) ‘The viruses that cause acute bronchitis are the same ones that often cause colds.’
  • 246) ‘Common colds spread through nasal droplets being inhaled and by hand to face contact.’
  • 247) ‘Well, colds generally last a week, while allergies can last an entire season or longer.’
  • 248) ‘I was on the fag end of an extended cold, unshaven, lacking decent sleep and possibly a little dehydrated.’
  • 249) ‘Edward was suffering from a cold, but you would never guess his discomfort.’
  • 250) ‘If she gets a cold she coughs for two days and it stops after this whether we give her medicine or not.’
  • 251) ‘My cold seemed to be a bit worse that day, but as tired as I was, I had a really tough time sleeping that night.’
  • 252) ‘Three-times major winner Ernie Els, who has been fighting a cold all week, was level for the day and for the tournament with one hole to play.’
  • 253) ‘There are blog sites and there are blog sites, but for us it seems that the Blast stopped the Comments cold.’
  • 254) ‘Trent stopped cold and very slowly turned around, his eyes throwing flames at David.’
  • 255) ‘The mud gets so thick and sticky that the clumps in my V-brakes stop my wheels cold.’
  • 256) ‘When Dallas took away Barber in the second half last Sunday, the offense was stopped cold.’

Examples

  • 1) When is the best time to get my flu jab?
  • 2) The launch of the pandemic flu information service was also under his leadership.
  • 3) Other reactions are rare and flu jabs are very safe.
  • 4) You should not have the vaccine if you have had an allergic reaction to a flu vaccine or one of its ingredients.
  • 5) In fact, exercising with a cold or the flu will prolong illness.
  • 6) The result is cold and flu infections, which cause more stress.
  • 7) Can the jab cause flu?
  • 8) THE year you were born can affect your chances of surviving a future bird flu pandemic, researchers say.
  • 9) Yes, vitamin C has officially become as common a cold and flu fighter as the cold itself is common.
  • 10) This is usually the result of food poisoning or gastric "flu".
  • 11) The discovery could explain a suspected link between flu and the illness.
  • 12) The potential bird flu pandemic is a worry.
  • 13) Doctors put her weakness down to a bad case of flu.
  • 14) What if you could stop people with asthma reacting so badly to cold and flu viruses?
  • 15) flu usually comes on with a bang.
  • 16) Their cat has just had a flu jab too.
  • 17) Experts have been predicting for years that the world is due for a flu pandemic.
  • 18) But its symptoms are often confused with flu or chest infection.
  • 19) At the beginning they thought it was a bad flu.
  • 20) Cold and flu viruses are also easily transmitted through touch.
  • 21) But the real excitement at the moment is clearly in flu treatments and vaccines.
  • 22) The flu jab is still worth having.
  • 23) Other situations where vitamin supplements could be beneficial include exposure to infectious illness such as colds and "flu.
  • 24) I came down with gastric flu and lost half a stone in two days as a result.
  • 25) Think man flu is bad?
  • 26) There is now increasing evidence that vitamin D plays a large part in helping to fight off infections such as flu.
  • 27) I don't know about projected deaths of swine flu, but * regular flu* kills about 36,000 people yearly just in the US. 6000 people killed by swine flu so far * world wide* ...
  • 28) Q: What to Michaelangelo and Kurt Cobain have in common? man the flu is now linking to the vaccine n its invisible so we CAN'T let the needle in your arms and yet the swindle flu is from mexico.
  • 29) This could be due to a misguided belief that the swine flu jab will protect against winter flu**.
  • 30) Yes, ... but it should make anybody who knows the depths that big money will take to preserve their deep pockets take notice, and realize we are approaching the fight of our lives ... tamiflu for children order tamiflu 75mg capsules tamiflu and swine flu is tamiflu effective for the swine flu buy tamiflu online swin flu daner pig flu prevention, treatment & tamiflu
  • 31) Wondering what the state of the flu is there, ie, restaurants, stores open/closed?, people out on the streets, beaches, life as usual, etc.
  • 32) Modern medicine has made such huge strides against infectious diseases, yesterday's great killers, that, at least for those of us living today in the developed world, death from typhus, smallpox, infantile diarrhea, or a bad bout of the flu is a fairly remote probability, far removed from the radar screens of our daily concerns.
  • 33) But the fourth week, she was always sick with what she called the flu.
  • 34) ‘Bear in mind that the viruses causing flu change annually and no two flu epidemics are identical.’
  • 35) ‘Treatment of colds, flu, sore throats, hay fever and other allergies may also help.’
  • 36) ‘In the early stages symptoms can be similar to many other winter illnesses like flu.’
  • 37) ‘One cause for concern about Fujian flu is that this year's flu vaccine is based on a different strain.’
  • 38) ‘In the early stages, signs and symptoms can be similar to many other more common illnesses like flu.’
  • 39) ‘There is an increased risk of injury from falls and people are more prone to seasonal illnesses like flu.’
  • 40) ‘My body was telling me I needed a rest because I had flu after flu after flu through the summer.’
  • 41) ‘Tyson pulled out of the contest on Monday saying he was suffering from flu and a stomach illness.’
  • 42) ‘You may think that illness from colds or flu should only happen in colder countries but it is not so.’
  • 43) ‘It had found another boy whose meningitis had been misdiagnosed as flu and who was now brain damaged.’
  • 44) ‘A cold or flu may also spread to the lower respiratory tract to cause a cough.’
  • 45) ‘With avian flu, we are still debating what is the most humane manner to get rid of millions of chickens.’
  • 46) ‘By the time he had examined me, I was perfectly prepared to accept his diagnosis of flu.’
  • 47) ‘The last major flu pandemic in 1918 killed tens of millions of people in Europe alone.’
  • 48) ‘Many forms of flu and common colds originate in Asia and, in particular, in China.’
  • 49) ‘The last flu pandemic in 1968 caused one million deaths and the next is long overdue.’
  • 50) ‘There is an increase in respiratory ailments, flu and accidents due to the bad weather.’
  • 51) ‘The future of millions of people threatened by an outbreak of pandemic flu is in safe hands.’
  • 52) ‘Symptoms of bird flu are similar to human flu and it cannot be detected without lab tests.’
  • 53) ‘He also has chronic flu most likely caused by a feline herpes infection when he was young.’
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