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Stone

A unit of weight equivalent to 14 pounds.
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It's strange that a kids' movie ostensibly about a beagle would bring to mind a stone-cold killer, but the one constant in the trilogy of ``Shiloh'' films made from prolific children's author Phyllis Reynolds Naylor's books has been the solid presence of Scott Wilson, who played one of the convicted Clutter murderers (along with Robert Blake) in Richard Brooks' 1967 classic ``In Cold Blood.
It's just stone-cold, hair-on-your-arms-stand-up, freak-out stuff.
I didn't buy it - I think he's a stone-cold liar," the actor told reporters after listening to his father's former attorney, Mr Thomas Sharpe, almost cry on the witness stand.
The Nissan turns into a stone-cold drifter, ready to glide like silk over any surface.
IN 30 years of betting I've only ever been given one stone-cold, can't-lose certainty.
Image: Stone-cold grappler Best known for: Being one of the biggest stars in the history of professional wrestling Early life: Austin was born Steven James Anderson in Victoria, Texas.