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Designed specifically for ease of use and esthetic pleasure, the Tasty cooktop grants users full control over momentary temperature of pots and pans as well as remote connectivity via phone.
Other than a couple momentary “gusts” near 10 mph, south-southwesterly breezes are very light.
The rogue fan may also have triggered his momentary panic, as studies suggest that certain noises can cause a person’s organs to shake, which makes them hyperventilate.
WHY DO WE SEE GHOSTS?JAKE BITTLEOCTOBER 6, 2020POPULAR SCIENCE
It’s defined as an intense momentary experience of positive emotion.
There’s no single standard for that rating, which means companies can list almost any figure they want, be it momentary peak power or a more sustainable figure called nominal power.
“What we really like about SurfaceWise is it provides a continuous protection versus most electrostatic products that provide momentary cleaning,” Seymour said.
O Mr. Lockwood, I cannot express what a terrible start I got by the momentary view!
The dying man heard him attentively, and the words made a momentary impression.
HOMEWARD BOUNDJAMES FENIMORE COOPER
This causes a momentary vacuum to be formed under the paper, and the pressure of the air above, which is about 15 lb.
There is a representation; it is inexact, because it is fragmentary and momentary.

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