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Boiling indoors is never a good solution, as every surface will soon be covered with condensed water.
MAKE YOUR OWN MAPLE SYRUP WITHOUT HARMING THE TREESBY TIM MACWELCH/OUTDOOR LIFEFEBRUARY 7, 2021POPULAR SCIENCE
Their typical areas of research include building models for condensed matter physics, viral evolution and population dynamics, not epidemiology or public health.
Why the NBA is considering a condensed offseason and a December start dateThe 40-year-old Smith is a lifelong Utah resident and a longtime Jazz fan.
“This is the first time we can really claim that room-temperature superconductivity has been found,” said Ion Errea, a condensed matter theorist at the University of the Basque Country in Spain who was not involved in the work.
None of the sound speeds previously measured in a variety of liquids and solids surpass the proposed limit, condensed matter physicist Kostya Trachenko and colleagues found.
That might have been OK a year ago with more off days, but it makes a run in this year’s condensed playoff schedule more difficult.
In length there was no alteration, but the design seems more condensed, more compact, yet slightly wider in the opening.
ANTONIO STRADIVARIHORACE WILLIAM PETHERICK
The greatest part of the waste steam is condensed in heating the water to fill the boiler; what escapes is a mere nothing.
And there he waited in that hot gray cloud that pressed to the roof where it condensed and fell like warm rain.
It is, in fact, watery vapour drawn from the air next the surface of the ocean, and condensed in its ascent through the tube.
OUTLINES OF THE EARTH'S HISTORYNATHANIEL SOUTHGATE SHALER

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