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noun as in heater

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The soundbar itself relies on passive radiators for low-end, which easily bests your TV’s built-in speakers, but can’t compete against something with real power behind it.

The main reasons they tend to do that, he says, is because of the effect of the air accelerating over the top of it, as well as the air rushing into the radiator and pushing the front-end upwards.

Insulation was installed behind radiators, also to prevent heat loss.

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Admittedly, this is not obvious from the show itself, which consists mostly of fabric that’s hanging or draped — including on, yes, a radiator — alongside photos and videos of similar displays.

If your radiator just isn’t cutting it or your officemate insists on keeping the window open, a space heater could be the perfect solution.

It was around noon that Brinsley chucked the phone behind a radiator at the basketball stadium and went off the grid.

Once there, I have two windows looking our on our courtyard, and a radiator for coziness.

Love the author photo, with the Isro and all, sitting on a radiator cover at The New Yorker.

The room, perhaps 10 by 25 feet, seemed like a prison cell: blankets on the floors, a bottle of water, a Quran on the radiator.

Any idea why it tasted like some combination of radiator fluid and formaldehyde?

If not obtained at first, let the slide stand in a warm place, as upon a hot-water radiator, for an hour.

Girls are just like cats; they all like to mope around the register or the steam radiator in cold weather.

Finally, however, she undressed, shuddering although the room was warmed by an electric radiator.

He was dozing in a corner near the radiator when I heard him yelp and saw him snapping at his belly.

The speaker examined the keyhole, then walked over to the radiator and looked over, under and through it minutely.


On this page you'll find 10 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to radiator, such as: boiler, fastball, furnace, oven, stove, and convector.

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