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Catherine and Alexandria went on a vacation. They both got 2 separate hotel rooms. The rooms have no heating............

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Catherine and Alexandria went on a vacation. They both got 2 separate hotel rooms. The rooms have no heating and Alexandria was really cold but Catherine was not. Without adding any clothing or wrapping herself in any other material or using any fire for heat, what did Catherine do to stay warm in that cold empty room?

posted Nov 22, 2023 by Swati Arora

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