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The animals fell right between cold-blooded animals and warm-blooded ones.
Much can be learned about dinosaurs from fossils but the question of whether dinosaurs were warm-blooded or cold-blooded is still hotly debated among scientists," Professor Seymour said.
So we need to be mentally focused and cold-blooded in our emotions.
Cold-Blooded Kindness is Barbara Oakley's sixth book.
The country has come so far, we cannot allow these cold-blooded murderers to drag us back into the cycle of violence and hate.
When he wanted to split from his partner and lover of 15 years, Large carefully planned with Simon Mullen to lure Christopher Hartley to a secluded spot in Huddersfield where he was shot through the head at point-blank range in what was a pre-meditated, cold-blooded and merciless killing.
She knows that Art is no cold-blooded killer and not a threat to others, and chooses to lie to the police in order to give him the opportunity to end the tragedy of his making on his own terms.
Having Men for Dinner covers topics as dark and gritty as the Old Testament stories themselves, such as ruthless revenge for rape victims, the threat of war and genocide, and cold-blooded slaying.
His narcolepsy has been manipulated to create an artificial personality named Tyler Garrett, a cold-blooded and skilled assassin.
The Parker novels feature a cold-blooded professional thief and killer named Parker who is the epitome of an existentialist nihilist surviving in a bleak and unforgivable world of other killers and cutthroats.
Fretting that freethinkers won't impress Oxbridge, the status-conscious headmaster (Clive Merrison) brings in Irwin (Stephen Campbell Moore) to provide more cold-blooded coaching on how to impress exam-givers.
The surprise murder attack of Donald Howard, United States Secretary of Commerce, in the AIDS--ravaged, war-wrecked heart of the African jungle (Congo) sets the cold-blooded tone of Hardwick's latest novel.