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Stone

A unit of weight equivalent to 14 pounds.
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QC "The killing of John Kinsella was another stone-cold murder," said the QC.
PHILIP ARCHER'S second to Lee Westwood at Aloha 12 months ago surely entitles him to favouritism in a Roses match with Yorkshire's Simon Dyson, especially as Dyson finished stone-cold last in the same tournament, writes Jeremy Chapman.
The other three trains were all entirely stone-cold.
Robertson told Hannity and Colmes that the woman was "stone-cold dead for 10 minutes" after being struck by lightning.
It's just stone-cold, hair-on-your-arms-stand-up, freak-out stuff.
She's willing to join you all and stay stone-cold sober, while the rest of you let your hair down, at a time when she'll probably feel more like having an early night.
After this explosive opening, it was time for WWE's unique brand of sports entertainment to begin - with the emphasis firmly on entertainment - in a series of great matches involving the likes of Triple H, Stone-Cold Steve Austin, HBK, Ric Flair, Chris Jericho, Kane, Booker T and RVD.