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The company was incorporated in 1950 and is now known for excellence in design when it comes to small home appliances such as espresso machines, portable air conditioners, dehumidifiers, space heaters, and more.

Replacement chemicals, such as the tetrafluoroethane gas now used in car air conditioners, have been found to contribute to global warming.

The best portable air conditioners, should cool your space quickly, have easy venting systems, be simple to move around and they should operate at a comfortable noise level.

When the broiling heat of the summer kicks in, there is no escaping the need for an air conditioner.

Plus, the fossil fuels used to make the electricity that powers air conditioners produce greenhouse gases, making climate change worse.

It carries a conditioner that contains triclosan, which has been linked to promoting the growth of breast cancer cells.

Lo and behold, hydrolyzed wheat protein showed up in some shampoo and conditioner I had in my own house.

One sample question features a new air conditioner system—one that comes with no instructions.

While “at home, Mr. Jordan uses a shampoo and conditioner from Herbal Essences that happens to be pink,” WSJ reports.

She wore an apple-green housedress and her graying beehive hairdo was unyielding against the blasts of a chugging air conditioner.

We sealed the car up, started the air conditioner, and were ready for departure.

You may not appreciate the value of using such a conditioner, but the Kentucky Agr.

It was coming from the air-conditioner grille which was now covered by welded steel bars.

Lester,” Suzanne shouted over the air-conditioner din, “we have visitors.

The smell of goop and fuser and heat filled the room, and an air-conditioner like a jet-engine labored to keep things cool.


On this page you'll find 23 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to conditioner, such as: adjective, adverb, transformer, alterant, and alterer.

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