Frost

Frost is the solid deposition of water vapor from saturated air. It is formed when solid surfaces are cooled to below the dew point of the adjacent air as well as below the freezing point of water. Frost crystals' size differ depending on time and water vapour available. Frost is also usually translucent in appearance. There are many types of frost, such as radiation and window frost. Frost causes economic damage when it destroys plants or hanging fruits.

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The Nixon Interviews - Background
... In 1977, he granted Frost an exclusive series of interviews ... Frost's New York-based talk show had been recently cancelled, leaving him consigned to a career based around the stories covered by the proto-reality show ... As Frost had agreed to pay Nixon for the interviews, the American news networks were not interested, regarding them as checkbook journalism ...
The Nixon Interviews - Broadcasts
... In the weeks preceding the interviews with Nixon, David Frost was interviewed by Mike Wallace of CBS's 60 Minutes, the same news organization that Frost had "scooped ... Frost talked about looking forward to Nixon's "cascade of candor" ... In Part 3, Frost asked Nixon about the legality of the president's actions ...

Famous quotes containing the word frost:

    The play seems out for an almost infinite run.
    Don’t mind a little thing like the actors fighting.
    —Robert Frost (1874–1963)

    There isn’t any universal reason;
    And no one but a man would think there was.
    You don’t catch women trying to be Plato.
    —Robert Frost (1874–1963)

    But the flower leaned aside
    And thought of naught to say,
    And morning found the breeze
    A hundred miles away.
    —Robert Frost (1874–1963)