1 Through late November and all December it snowed daily; the thermometer was at zero and might drop to twenty below, or thirty.
2 The snow was gone except for filthy woolly patches under trees, the thermometer leaped in a day from wind-bitten chill to itchy warmth.
3 He yawned, "Gimme your coat and rubbers," and while she stripped them off he twiddled his watch-chain, felt the radiator, peered at the thermometer.
4 Sometimes the thermometer would fall to ten or twenty degrees below zero at night, and in the morning the streets would be piled with snowdrifts up to the first-floor windows.
5 This devil of a fellow," he muttered, shaking his head; "I said at the time he would create a sensation here, and I measure his effect by an infallible thermometer.
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6 For myself, my term of service in India had trained me to stand heat better than cold, and a thermometer at ninety was no hardship.
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7 We, it is we who are thermometers.
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