How To Use Hilly In A Sentence

  • I grew chilly when the fire went out.
  • I had a garlic chilly mince curry, and she went for a very nice chicken dopiaza.
  • Suddenly, seeking high office, Liddy Dole was described as over-ambitious, chilly and nasty under the "syrupy" Southern accent. Caryl Rivers: Bad, Mad Michelle
  • Get to know the town and the hilly surroundings famous for their tannery, wood carving and furriery.
  • As we walk around a lush, hilly paddock with his two grandsons, Quinn's obviously proud of what he's achieved so far.
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  • BERLIN—On a chilly October evening in her austere chancellery, Angela Merkel placed a confidential call to Rome to help save the euro. Deepening Crisis Over Euro Pits Leader Against Leader
  • The tribal populace in the hilly areas of the State has not been largely affected by the same as comapared to the plain people.
  • But when it gets chilly, the island's a fantastic place to stock up on hand-knit Aran sweaters.
  • In the end I did ring Flora but even after she'd answered I was still shillyshallying. PROOF
  • Hey, you know Sellersville isn't all that far from Philly, for anyone who's down that way, and I will be there too.
  • 'This house will do whatever is incumbent upon it in good conscience,' said the abbot with chilly emphasis, and watched with an unrevealing face as Drogo Bosiet, with only the curtest of nods by way of leavetaking, turned on his booted heel and strode out of the chapterhouse. The Hermit of Eyton Forest
  • The hilly streets of San Francisco? Times, Sunday Times
  • So in the end, she decided to make beef carbonade, the perfect thing for a chilly winter night, and the red meat less likely to upset the bird lady than a murdered chicken might. Fascination
  • Does that mean that the small hilly State has effectively put into operation a strong system of education?
  • The chilly wind whipped strands of dark hair across her face, and the dewy smell of wet grass filled her senses.
  • The wolds are the closest thing we have in this area to a hill, and those from hilly country would regard them as no more than casual undulations in the landscape.
  • It's a bit chilly and empty hereabouts.
  • At present the day was drizzling and chilly, while the huge volumes of smoke from a whole forest of factory chimneys tended to impart a deeper shade of dismalness to the dispiriting landscape.
  • As you mentioned, I was there for a week and San Miguel is a bit hilly, like some other communities and having “stood” in other large and small cities as well as Ajijic for 3 weeks, pedestrian friendly cities do give rise to some other best experiences. Page 2
  • Toward the eastern coast there is an interior belt of green, hilly country that contains the Cape and Natal midlands.
  • The atmosphere turned chilly and I'm now excluded from all future reunions. The Sun
  • While crowd reactions aren't everything, the Philly crowd should have told the bookers everything they need to know about the job they did tonight.
  • Cameron and Hague both continue to shilly-shally on this topic which makes many suspect that they will seek to avoid the issue if they can, knowing that a vote then to reject the Treaty would open up the whole issue of our membership of the EU at a stroke. Archive 2008-03-02
  • He said he had loaned the woman his jumper when the air turned chilly during an evening out after the flight in August, 2001.
  • By the time we got home the weather became dull and chilly.
  • He had had enough of the shilly-shallying that now dominates the game's upper echelons.
  • Of course, I could not see the town yet, as the country road was quite windy and hilly.
  • If I could threaten the fellow, mayhap I could get it back for you...' `A mere bagatelle...' Cibber was shilly-shallying. THE RIVAL QUEENS: A COUNTESS ASHBY DE LA ZOUCHE MYSTERY
  • A few years ago I moved to Philly, which recently had been named the fattest city in America. Fat State, Thin State, Red State, Blue State
  • Taxpayers, of course, have to pay for this shilly-shallying, directly in extra pay for legislators and through indirect costs.
  • Angus thought everyone looked so chilly that he shivered in sympathy and took a swallow from his flask.
  • There's no point shilly-shallying about the shallows, you've got to wade into the deep area.
  • This woody, hilly temperate land with occasionally steep, sometimes even terraced vineyards of limestone and clay is ideal for the production of relatively delicate, fruity white wines.
  • The Soviets tried to strike immediately before reo could arrive & used the hilly terrain to cover their rush forward with T34's & ISU122's towards the right of the German line, while holding their SU76s back in a safe place covering the objectives. Nick's 05/06/09: Firestorm Battle 3 Turn 4
  • A slow, drizzly mist adding a moldy dankness to the chilly air. Earl of Durkness
  • You know, you can shilly-shally around, but if you want your players to win then you have to give them everything you can.
  • Sit in the garden with its pink roses, lavender and a chiminea to warm you on chilly evenings. Times, Sunday Times
  • However, the child is chilly, wants to be covered, and is thirsty for warm drinks.
  • The Warneford School teacher is swapping chilly Highworth for a tropical island paradise in the Caribbean, where she will be helping to pass a vibrant musical heritage on to a new generation.
  • And it looks like remaining chilly for the rest of the week. Times, Sunday Times
  • Though many of them were shilly-shallying to come to the stage, some were sportive enough to take part.
  • The signals got lost in the hilly terrain. Times, Sunday Times
  • The cold rushes in at every crack of door and window, apparently signaled by the flame to invade the house and fill it with chilly drafts and sarcasms on what we call the temperate zone. Backlog Studies
  • A chilly wind penetrates the walls of the shelter and rain drips through a hole in the ceiling.
  • In the chilly evenings, ridiculously seated on striped, collapsible beach chairs that blew over the second we got up, we cooked and ate outside wrapped in warm fleeces and woolly hats.
  • Freud's Jewish family fled Berlin for London in 1933, when he was just eleven (his father, an architect, was Sigmund Freud's son), yet his adolescent drawings retain a German tinge, feeling their way between the chilly stares of Neue Sachlichkeit (New Objectivity) or of the Magic Realists (Alexander Kanoldt, for instance) and the more recent, doom-laden stridencies of neoromanticism and noir. The Way to All Flesh
  • Tight security measures were enforced outside the court yesterday, in a hilly area overlooking Amman. Times, Sunday Times
  • The night air was chilly and the wind blew a cold breeze under her hood.
  • The anger was no longer present, but the chilly persona still lingered.
  • Stilton or a very mature Cheddar have enough of a tang to be interesting, Caerphilly or Wensleydale slightly less so.
  • Five minutes after Zagaev and Loving hung up, a man named Richard Hill bought an e-ticket to Seattle from Philly. Edge
  • The 4 tree species in genus Larix introduced into the Loess Hilly Region in northwest China grew normally though the growth rate was small because of water deficiency.
  • The hilly regions are very wild, although none of the mountains are very high, and the woods are magnificent; but a great part of the land consists of vast grassy plains, which are called llanos, or campos, or silvas. Martin Rattler
  • I suppose a forecaddie can prove useful considering the hilly terrain, but Lost Canyon's forecaddies smack of a military escort.
  • And of course, there's our famous Philly cheesesteak.
  • -- not too hilly/mountainous because walking long distances or up too many inclines is difficult Advice on retirement areas
  • Fresh southeasterlies were predicted to bring more rain and chilly temperatures to the Wellington region today but showers should gradually ease tomorrow. Stuff.co.nz - Stuff
  • Once a larder was a chilly food storage room. Times, Sunday Times
  • In the chilly, early hours of the morning in a dimly lit barn, two students are sitting up with a mare in foal. Times, Sunday Times
  • He was fairly strong at the end of the last session, but went off lamentably on account of his wavering and shillyshallying on so many matters during his speaking trip. Theodore Roosevelt and His Times
  • Conservation officers get the beasts to trample shacks on protected forest land in the Assam region, where hilly terrain makes bulldozers impractical. The Sun
  • If the cat spends time on the porch or in other chilly areas, you may want to give him one of these heated beds to warm up with.
  • That would show Joyful he had to stop shillyshallying. City of Glory
  • He called what I called beastiality zoophilly, which, as I pointed out to him, is a term that came out of the anti-vivisection movement, a distinction to which Dr. Sonnichsen did not reply. Literary Life: A Second Memoir
  • Since when did the wind start delivering shirts to chilly children?
  • An inferior sort of tea, with a leaf twice or thrice as large as that of Bohea, grows wild in the hilly parts of Quang-ai, and is sold at from 12s. 6d. to 40s. the picul of 133lbs. The Commercial Products of the Vegetable Kingdom Considered in Their Various Uses to Man and in Their Relation to the Arts and Manufactures; Forming a Practical Treatise & Handbook of Reference for the Colonist, Manufacturer, Merchant, and Consumer, o
  • Things as septics systems and non party lines and driving whilly nilly all over the place were about 15 years away. Redskins Insider Podcast -- The Washington Post
  • When you hear a little crake noise, then you shall know that I am chilly and you shall make more fire.
  • Ya I knows..ya just flewed in from Philly and boy, ur armz are tired. cat hat - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?
  • This is a Danish detective series with a terrific northern, chilly atmosphere. Times, Sunday Times
  • I was chilly so I slid into the sweater I had been using as a blanket.
  • I disagree strongly with the answer in last week's Car Clinic regarding the comparative merits of a 4x4 off-roader and a car with four-wheel drive in snowy conditions in a hilly area.
  • But come today, the warm sun had been replaced by a chilly wind and heavy grey clouds and an uninvited rain shower delayed the start of the tennis by an hour.
  • Du'in 'the month thet he's showed signs o' keepin 'comp'ny with me - which he has acchilly asked me to marry him - he' ain't said the first word sech ez you'd expect of a co'tin 'widower, exceptin' one. In Simpkinsville : character tales,
  • Villa Traful is a green, hilly private valley bordering the spectacular homonymous lake. Pepe Escobar: Patagonia: The End of the World Is on Sale
  • The royal voice resounded through the sticky night air, carried beyond its normal range by an abnormally chilly gust of air.
  • Charlotte has been too busy working to get to the beach, and of late the weather's been too chilly to sunbathe or swim in the outdoor pool at her apartment complex.
  •  Bright windows stood undraped to the passing quill, and comfortable scenes of families at their business leaked out and warmed the chilly evening. The Feather
  • After days of chilly early spring weather, a brilliant sun warmed the square, where the Pope sat in an armchair shaded by a canopy.
  • Oh and it’s chilly so wear 2 pairs of socks and a semmit. on May 1, 2007 at 1: 52 am | Reply Another Ex Pat Stands the Church clock at ten to three? « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG
  • Oh, sure, it's not quite the funfest that next week's return of Donovan McNabb to Philly next week will be, but patience, patience, cart belongs after the horse, etc. NFL Week 3 live: Expect Braylon Edwards to play 'a significant amount'
  • Judging by signs and supporters, support for Obama in West Philly is strong, but not excusive. Heavy Turnout in Pa. - The Caucus Blog - NYTimes.com
  • It is a hilly region, and Poovanmala is a small hill where my cousin and her husband grow rubber.
  • Yet all we are hearing here, in her fourth year as Minister, is all this delay and dilly-dallying and shilly-shallying.
  • If you are planning a sojourn on hilly terrain, sloping mountains or steep ghats, then this is the place.
  • Yesterday she was braving a chilly wind for a pot of tea outside Sid's Cafe in the town centre, and wondering why she had left behind the 90 degree heat of Arlington.
  • Chilly formality at the top covered bloody conflict in areas contested by the armies of the two parties, as the one sought to continue its expansion, the other to halt it.
  • True, they get pretty chilly if the fire goes out, but wrapped in a double duvet and lying on your own personal sheepskin, you'll be impervious to the cold.
  • At that point the sun suddenly disappeared behind some clouds and it got very chilly inside the unheated room.
  • It's chilly and alienating, but not unenjoyable. Times, Sunday Times
  • Despite the chilly autumn afternoon, she was wearing a thin cotton dress.
  • The February sun tugged at the clouds and a soft breeze blew chilly.
  • On the third day, the weather had reverted to its seasonal norm—chilly, windy, below-zero temperatures—increasing the "riding vibe," with thicker leggings and jodhpurs, flat black-leather riding boots (see Hermès, Cole Haan and Gucci) or sneakers (Prada and Lanvin), heavy woolen pea coats, cashmere scarves (Lora Piana) and Chanel bags. Springtime in New York
  • With chilly winds caressing the cheeks and pullovers being pulled out of the closet to protect oneself from the nippy winds, December has a magic and charm all its own.
  • I can't explain it: but then, students of the literature emanating from the chilly north-east have always had the same trouble.
  • So, the “Philly Roll” really should be a “New York Roll” and whatever this nice looking maki is should be called something else. Monday Sushi?
  • The "2011 Farmers 'Almanac" says October 4th through 7th will bring clear and incisively chilly weather to the northeast, fair weather to the southeast, a surge of colder air will move in into the south central region, fair chillier weather to the northwest and fair colder weather to the southwest. Predicting The Weather Not Always High-Tech
  • A similar chilly pragmatism is at work in those homeowners now using the courts to remain in a house they defaulted on months or years ago. House Afire
  • So, love, don't fear surroundings of carefree talk an invade of ground language ear, meet a matter shilly-shally descend a note of promise, you is still have no each express an one's own opinion.
  • A cold, chilly day in a compact and noisy ground and it is going to be stinking for them. Times, Sunday Times
  • Feel us rumple through all that it's got: bed spreads, shower curtain, taste like apple bear claws from the continental breakfast: Philly cream cheese in foot-long foil squeeze. Float Like An Asterisk, Sting Like A Mote
  • The chilly weather and high wind affected his performance, according to Zhang.
  • In weather like this, if my husband were still with me, we would not be trapped in one place, watching a leaden dawn and a sunset of dull red; we would be traveling with the king's court, on progress through the weald and downland of Hampshire and Sussex, the richest and most beautiful countryside in all of England, riding high on the hilly roads and looking out for the first sight of the sea. Excerpt: The Boleyn Inheritance by Philippa Gregory
  • Their collection of photographs contains a pictorial history of the hilly district.
  • The Chennapatna taluk is also hilly, but the tree vegetation is smaller.
  • The Andean sun bears down, harsh and strong, in stark contrast to a chilly wind blowing from the mountain.
  • Today will be chilly with northerly winds and a mix of sunshine and showers. Times, Sunday Times
  • I have an old Shetland wool cardigan jacket, knitted in a massive cable stitch, that I tend to wear on chilly evenings.
  • A little chilly perhaps, but the gambison is nice and warm. Charm XVIII
  • Those houses were built of the materials furnished by the environment and embedded in hilly landscapes humanized by countless terraces.
  • The map they had seen did not show that the area was hilly and their land was rather high on the hills.
  • The equestrian trails are densely wooded, rocky and hilly with several small creek crossings.
  • A source said the helicopter often struggled in hilly terrain to attain sufficient altitude to monitor a wide area. Times, Sunday Times
  • Now I've got to move down to Philly, down where they serve the best cheesesteaks.
  • This view has, thus far, met with a rather chilly reception among dinofolk.
  • The countryside gradually lost its brightness as the green grass faded into yellows and the flowers dried up and died, not able to bear the chilly temperatures.
  • They are also ideal for supplementing existing central heating systems, not only throughout the winter months but also on chilly spring and autumn evenings.
  • Fri 10/02/09 3: 42 PM the hillywood show spoof is pretty good 'Twilight' spoof: Kevin and Olivia school, air nation's grievances against, Bella | EW.com
  • And the creation of the Buddhistic state of chilly loneliness is not only and indication of his sublime artistic interest but also is closely related to Buddhist aesthetics.
  • Our heightened sensitivity to cold makes a chilly draught invariably feel more uncomfortable than a warm breeze. Times, Sunday Times
  • This month has begun as November ended: largely dry and slightly chilly. Times, Sunday Times
  • Canyon of the Eagles surprised me with its hilly terrain, unparalleled views of the Colorado River and Lake Buchanan and rustic cabins each outfitted with a deck where two rocking chairs lazed. Charu Suri: Another Side of Lone Star State
  • The sun disappears behind a cloud and suddenly it feels chilly. Times, Sunday Times
  • If you are familiar with downtown Philly, you can probably recognize the streets around Chestnut St. fışkıran su: fountain spraying water; trene inen merdiven: stairs to the train; köşede restaurant: restaurant in the corner; pazar da açık: open also on Sundays. It was 30 years ago today
  • The wave simulator can recreate swells of up to two metres - and in these stormy conditions, trainees will learn to cope with a chilly and potentially terrifying capsize.
  • It is chilly enough that where the water is calm a skin of ice has formed.
  • All those years Clarkie failed to get a goolie, yet that same mentality continues in Philly. Yahoo! Sports - Top News
  • At daybreak on a chilly mid-October morning, Phipps' imposing fleet arrived in the harbour.
  • The 20-minute ride to the dinner table is chilly; you hunker down, gripping a thick blanket and your companion.
  • If, for example, your course is fairly flat you will have some difficulty coping with a hilly course the first time you play it. Winning Golf for Women
  • On a day that was full of chilly damp pizzle and various disappointments it was playful and chilling, thrilling and light-of-touch from the first word to the last. GR6: George Clooney’s Moustache by Rob Shearman « In The Gloaming Podcasts
  • It doesn't have the stand-up-straight chilly galbanum of No. 19 and its ilk. One viscous, one vibrant
  • BOAT ME lalushka for Philippine Blog Awards purihin nyo ako love love me love me (Idol kita Reyns hehehe look at me, ADD at walang tarbahu lols) reply on September 23, 2008: alam mo! leche ka talaga! pede ka namang mag-iwan nang pagkain dun! sa totoo lang! puro na lang tira-tira ang pinapakain nyo saken lately, taz bubub-buran mo pa nang bwisit na ajinomoto! sa totoo lang no! ba't mo ko hinihilo? grrrr! intayin mo ako sa DC! leche ka, i'm leaving mga 7am, balik ako sa Philly nang gabi! drive ang lola, samahan mo ako!!!! reyna elena dot com
  • The element in our last kettle was impervious to descaler and had started to resemble a chilly tundra.
  • It's melancholic, but never chilly in the way that much electronica can be and doesn't ever abstract itself out of existence.
  • Scatter with the Caerphilly and bake for 15 minutes until the pastry is crisp and the cheese is golden and bubbling.
  • Candace Jackson/The Wall Street Journal A favorite apres-ski stop for locals and visitors, the Shed Restaurant & Brewery pours several home brews, such as Mountain Ale or Rude Boy IPA, a hearty beer perfect for chilly nights. Stowe Scales Up
  • She carried a matching jacket, cropped above the waist and short-sleeved, for the Arizona nights had been unusually chilly.
  • A source said the helicopter often struggled in hilly terrain to attain sufficient altitude to monitor a wide area. Times, Sunday Times
  • I climbed over the safety barrier and sat on the grassy, hilly verge to wait.
  • Mr Pope said the most difficult part of the journey was the bad weather and hilly terrain in Scotland.
  • She could see every shell which crawled on the white sand at her feet, every rock-fish which played in and out of the crannies, and stared at her with its broad bright eyes; while the great palmate oarweeds which waved along the chasm, half-seen in the glimmering water, seemed to beckon her down with long brown hands to a grave amid their chilly bowers. Westward Ho!
  • As clear skies and sunshine sent temperatures up to 25 degrees centigrade, hundreds packed Hilly Fields, Brockley, for the ever-popular festival.
  • In 1978, the farm's hilly orchards increased by 300 mu.
  • Lamps with metallic finishes will transform a chilly interior with a spot of warm sparkle. Times, Sunday Times
  • Nearly level to rolling till plains, lacustrine basins, outwash plains, and rolling to hilly moraines comprise the physiography of this region. Ecoregions of Wisconsin (EPA)
  • That the government has been weak and shilly-shallying, that the public are dupes and the farmers paying the price seems to me to be very much in the current run of things.
  • I'm sure that creating such a list is a difficult and thankless task, but including albums that had simply been recorded in Philly made the list a lot less meaningful to me.
  • He had been threatened, his wife was spat at and his family received a chilly reception in stores around town.
  • Although I'm not sure it'll be quite so delicious back in chilly old Blighty.
  • The trendy interior is quite chilly looking and a little forbidding, but the stylists are the absolute opposite - warm and relaxed. Times, Sunday Times
  • The watchman shook himself in the chilly room like a great sopping hound. MAN'S LOVING FAMILY
  • It was a hilly country. The Railway Children
  • You should see him wrinkle his nose in disgust if it's all chilly and unfriendly.
  • You don't mean that old shandrydan of a caravan that passed along there two or three days ago?" and bargee jerked his thumb in the direction of the hilly tract sloping up from the canal course, through which a narrow road, little better than a sheep track, wound its circuitous way. Two Little Travellers A Story for Girls
  • He threw back the cowl but clutched the paenula around his tunic; the place was chilly. The Boat of a Million Years
  • And if the day turns a bit chilly, it's simple just to layer up by wearing a slinky vest underneath, and trousers with a slouchy belt.
  • It will feel decidedly chilly with strong winds and downpours. Times, Sunday Times
  • Crying after Mrs. Moore's chilly reception, Adela begins to cry out Aziz's name.
  • The high pressure also swept in easterly winds that made the east coast wetter and brought some chilly weather. Times, Sunday Times
  • Because the course is too hilly to match his very individual expertise. Times, Sunday Times
  • This month has begun as November ended: largely dry and slightly chilly. Times, Sunday Times
  • While we're in the Philly area, it keeps occurring to me that he seems to get a lot of namechecks yet I've never investigated his music.
  • He has opened his first resort, albeit one in the chilly climes of Oxfordshire. Times, Sunday Times
  • This little chilly brat has a knack for getting onto people's nerves.
  • With the coming of night, however, the wind lost its brick-kiln heat and blew almost chilly, so that Hornblower found himself shivering a little. Hornblower In The West Indies
  • There are people out there willing to be tested, who do not shilly-shally and stall.
  • There is hilly and flat terrain with plenty of peach and almond tree plantations.
  • She stared at the mud - browned chilly water in the lake.
  • It may be chilly and drizzly, but the penguin families are out for a day at the beach -- literally. Eileen Ogintz: Communing With the Penguins in Patagonia and California
  • a female form in marble--a chilly but ideal medium for depicting abstract virtues
  • That's what found him under the glare of the strobe lights one chilly Saturday evening amidst the calm environs of the Chiran Fort Club.
  • I can't explain it: but then, students of the literature emanating from the chilly north-east have always had the same trouble.
  • Well, the truth is, I saw you did not want to go; you kept holding back from it; and if I _had_ spoken you would have shillyshallied over it until the season was over. Elster's Folly
  • You may also feel irritable, chilly, and thirsty for cold drinks.
  • A chilly, misty wind blows Wednesday as another Bronxian World Series begins; a tough evening for a 79-year-old man in frail health to be out in the weather. Phillies' Lee upstages Steinbrenner's Game 1 visit
  • His whole body hurt, and he was chilly and he wanted the bloody blanket if he cut his wrists getting it.
  • The weather has turned chilly here in Calgary, and I find myself turning to new patterns for knitting.
  • If cool turns to cold, your core temperature becomes threatened and your insides start to feel like your outsides - chilly.
  • The branch entered the market in November of 1994, to a very chilly reception.
  • The view was of a hilly allotment site with sheds and a railway station, and slimy, furrowed mud.
  • Although I'm not sure it'll be quite so delicious back in chilly old Blighty.
  • We yucked it up all the way into Philly, where the dudes battled backside flips up the city hall five-stair in the dark.
  • But I don't believe in shilly-shallying around.
  • Beyond 40m, the pull begins to ease and I shudder as a thermocline reduces the water temperature from a cosy 26°C to a chilly 19.
  • Abruzzi watches Gus greet Philly Falzone with a hug.
  • A wide range of spicy sauces like chilly bean sauce, hoisin sauce and garlic oyster sauce are a must with the food and accompaniments like steamed/fried rice and mixed hakka noodles.
  • It was very romantic if a bit chilly. The Sun
  • Quinlan:   "I don't shilly-shally around on this issue. For Chronic Reduplicators, Things Aren't Hunky-Dory
  • There is also another small stream, and there is an abundance of mill seats with considerable tracts of alluvion; though the general character is hilly with pretty lofty ridges. Living in Dryden: July 2004 Archives
  • Hilly areas are often windy, but the wind could blow strong for certain periods and then not at all during others.
  • Chilly evenings and star-studded clear night skies offer a perfect backdrop for late night partying during the season.
  • Over the next 24 hours, temperatures will rise no higher than 3 deg C but the chilly north east winds will make it feel more like minus 5 deg C.
  • It's all right, no one keeled over; we got the front and back doors open quick enough that the smoke alarms didn't go off, though it was chilly for a bit as the cold air rushed in. p_n_elrod: A real mystery!
  • The Government's shilly-shallying and reluctance to act only led to thousands of disputes simply getting out of control.
  • If, for example, your course is fairly flat you will have some difficulty coping with a hilly course the first time you play it. Winning Golf for Women
  • Afterwards Mum, Amelia and I sat outside a patisserie (which is what they have in Albert Park) in the chilly May sunshine and sipped hot coffees.
  • At which point we wondered why the whole economy didn't just base itself on the dollar, and cut out all of this shilly-shallying.
  • I am determined to at least go to the beach in swimwear even if I don’t go into the chilly Atlantic, content that I’m not going to make a splash with my swimwear. Bathing Suit Season | The Stiletto Gang
  • The scorching heat of the Oxus plain was a complete contrast, except for the chilly nights, after the terrible glaciers of Kara Dagh. KARA KUSH

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