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  • s  having chilblains
    her poor chilblained hands

  • On behalf of a few million other chilblained citizens in this city, I say that: Nothing could be horrider than Florida.
  • Over the centuries, well-meaning restorers flattened out blisters and bandaged the picture's cracks with liberal applications of plaster, painted over to resemble the chilblained .
  • To the irreverent, the final effect of this oddest of contemporary autobiographies is that of Henley's Invictus recited by a passionately sincere but chilblained nudist.

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