Thesaurus / wetness

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Down clusters lose their ability to loft, and therefore provide warmth, if they get wet.

In wetter regions, warming temperatures are causing more water to evaporate, leading to more clouds.

As the muscles cycle through wet, dry, wet, dry, their motion turns an electromagnetic generator, as long as there is water in the reservoir.

This wet bulb 35 temperature—the combination of heat and humidity together that’s fatal to humans if they’re not in air conditioning—is already striking a few times a year around the world.

Their UltraDry membrane also keeps your feet from getting wet.

A durable waterproof bottom puts up with wet grass or rocky dirt, and the flannel top is comfy to sit on and easy to clean.

In 2020, Damer returned to Hells Gate with Deamer and colleagues to confirm Damer’s results and do more wet-dry cycling studies.

Another major contributor to efficiency is a so-called “dry electrode” technique that cuts production space and costs by 90% from a current “wet” method that requires huge drying ovens.

Hurricane Harvey, the wettest hurricane to ever hit the United States, is an excellent example.

Like many other fields, the pandemic has brought hands-on, “wet lab” brain research to a screeching halt.

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