antonym for delicate
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User: Suppose you would like to go ice-skating. To see if this is a good idea, you decide to check the daily newspaper for a weather report. What specific information should you look for?

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Suppose you would like to go ice-skating. To see if this is a good idea, you decide to check the daily newspaper for a weather report. You should look for the temperature.
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