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These divisions overlap each other; the thermal rays are in part visual, the visual rays in part chemical, and vice versa.

Helium is contained almost universally in the gases which bubble up with the water of thermal springs.

After dinner, I went for a stroll in the park of the thermal establishment.

Constant sickness, either arising from mucous inflammation or ulcer of the stomach, contra—indicate the use of the thermal water.

Buxton and its Medicinal WatersRobert Ottiwell Gifford-Bennet

Onward through many parallels of latitude—through many degrees of the thermal line!

The QuadroonMayne Reid

Such an instrument is often called a thermal ammeter, radio ammeter and aerial ammeter.

The Radio Amateur's Hand BookA. Frederick Collins

The thermal results of air compression and expansion are shown by the accompanying diagram.

Some incubator manufacturers will tell you that thermal changes, however great, will not affect their machines.

Comparisons of thermal conductances calculated on the basis of metabolic body size (Mellen, 1963) gave the same results.

In common parlance, the thermal field is the agency whereby the primary mass heats the planetary system.

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