A Killing Frost
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- "A Killing Frost" is the sixth and final novel in the series created by R.D. Wingfield. It sees the slovenly, disorganised Detective Inspector Frost once again put under pressure to solve multiple complex cases in a short period of time, whilst attempting to avoid being sacked by his superior officers. Amongst his many enemies within the Denton Police is the newly transferred Detective Chief Inspector Skinner, who will stop at nothing to get Frost out of the job. Unlike all of the previous Frost novels, A Killing Frost was not adapted in to a television episode of A Touch of Frost.
- language: English Language
- author: R. D. Wingfield
- genre: Mystery
- released in (8 years ago)
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A Dictionary of Ecology (2010)
by Michael Allaby
a killing frost usually being regarded as one recorded on a thermometer exposed in a standard way in a *Stevenson screen. growth The increase in size of a cell, organ, or organism. This may occur by cell enlargement or by cell division. growth band (growth line) A band or line, found in many organisms, which marks growth. Growth lines in Brachiopoda, for example, record the former position of the commissure; in Gastropoda, growth may be intermittent and a band of rapid growth ...
by Noah Webster
The third day comes afrost, a killing frost. - -- Shak. 3. In physiology, that state or temperature of the air which occasions freezing or the congelation of water. Encyc. 4. The appearance of plants sparkling with icy crystals. Pope. FROST, v. t. In cookery, to cover or oft with a composition of sugar, resembling hoar-frost; as, to frost cake. 2. To cover with anything resembling hoarfrost. FROST BITTEN, a. Nipped, withered or affected by frost. FROSTED, pp. , Covered with a composition like ...
A Dictionary of the English Language ... to which are Prefixed an Introductory Dissertation on the Origin, History, and Connection of the Languages of Western Asia and of Europe (1831)
And a Concise Grammar, Philosophical and Practical, of the English Language by Noah Webster
The third day comes a frost, a killing frost. Shak. 3.
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