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1(drink/water) tibio(welcome) poco cálidothe response from the audience was tepid — la reacción del público no fue muy entusiasta
- The tepid water in the Gulf fed more heat and moisture into the hurricane.
- And don't get me started on the hapless server who warms up my cup for me with more tepid water.
- But some observers wonder if the tepid response from operators may have influenced the delay.
- Here, you can laze on a beach lounger attended to by courteous, but discreet, staff, or paddle or swim in the tepid turquoise water.
- The tepid response to Augusta's all-male private club shows some women still don't want to rock the boat.
- It seems that in the United Kingdom, there is sometimes kind of a tepid response to the royals.
- He brings to the fierce struggle of politics the tepid enthusiasm of a lazy summer afternoon at a cricket match.
- She managed to reach the shower unmolested, and was soon standing under the tepid spray of water.
- He finished the tepid liquid in one swallow, then motioned with his head.
- Faint delicate rises could be seen, a long way off but the water was almost tepid at the surface and it seemed impossible that anything should be feeding on this quiet evening.
- Though public response has been tepid, advocates of civil rights are enthusiastic.
- Every couple of months, set the plant in the shower and spray the foliage with tepid water to wash off dust.
- Spraying leaves often with tepid water helps increase humidity and keep the foliage clean and healthy.
- But it didn't take much imagination to picture swarms of tourists eager to frolic in the soft sand and splash about in the tepid waters.
- Itchiness and skin irritation can be reduced by keeping the skin cool with light clothing and tepid baths or sponging.
- The challenge has been issued and our tepid response points to the rot in our society.
- The six sea lions, which in the wild live in cold sea waters, spend most of their time seeking relief in the tepid water of their pond.
- At the end of your shower, make the water as hot as you can comfortably tolerate for one minute and follow that with a minute of tepid water.
- The tepid liquid flows down my throat and straight to the bottom of my stomach.
- The water was tepid and inviting in this evening cold, and Allie slipped in up to her chin, kicking her feet lightly.
- Serve it cold, tepid or warm with mascarpone, Greek yoghurt, ice cream, crème fraîche and/or real custard.
- Gently wipe away all traces of the cleanser with a face washer wrung out in tepid water, rinsing at least twice more in warm water.
- Sponging the exposed parts of the body with tepid water on a regular basis is a very useful method to bring the temperature down
- I stepped out of the tub when the water grew tepid, feeling a lot more relaxed.
- There was tepid response to the issues that he I think expected to get applause on.
- Make a well in the flour and add the tepid water and olive oil to the centre.
- Cool to tepid water helps reduce fevers; warm water relaxes the child and soothes the nervous system.
- And while it's only been 30 days or more, I have to say, with the clock ticking, the response has been tepid at best.
- Yet the United Nations, the great world body created to bring peace and to disseminate aid to suffering people showed only tepid response.
- He drank all of the tepid water from the glass and filled it again.
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