thermal

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That's why we have organized the little company of Thermal Explorations, Limited.

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

The place was still hot, but it was thermal heat, not radioactivity.

It is celebrated for its thermal springs and as a fashionable resort.

This is called contact metamorphism or thermal metamorphism.

This is known as the scientific unit of the thermal or heat value of a caloric.

The reaction to thermal radiation is thus similar to that of light.

The vast body of thermal rays is beyond the red, being invisible.

Reference is here invited to Humboldt's thermal and isothermal lines.

At the base is a thermal spring, where baths have existed since the 7th century.

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