Fahrenheit

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German physicist who invented the mercury thermometer and developed the scale of temperature that bears his name (1686-1736)

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Unlike conventional cleaners that work at temperatures of 120 to 180 degrees Farenheit, Ultrax LT5620 and LT5630 immersion cleaners can perform at temperatures as low as 85 degrees Farenheit and will work well on most soils at 100 degrees Farenheit.
NASA's Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer recently discovered a star that emits less heat than the human body, with a temperature a record-low 80 degrees Farenheit.
Most single-purpose instruments are a fixed accuracy based on full scale or simple engineering units, psi or degrees Farenheit, for example.
This is why it is so important that older people are able to monitor the temperature in their homes and keep it between the safe range of 65 and 70 degrees Farenheit, which is 18 to 21 degrees Celsius.
CARDIFF A fun day is being held at Farenheit Dance Studios, Heron Road, Rumney, from 10.
It quickly displays the temperature in Farenheit or Celsius.
By backtracking, a formula for converting Farenheit to Celsius is obtained by the following steps: the initial formula is F = C ?
If you liked Michael Moore's previous offerings Roger & Me, Bowling for Columbine and Farenheit 911, then this investigation into the state of America's health should be right up your street.
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Communities have used this initiative to celebrate classics such as The Grapes of Wrath and Farenheit [sic] 451.
After a day's exertions relaxing at the thermal baths in Val-d'Illiez offers wonderful relief for tired, aching limbs, while those with excess energy can dance into the early hours at one of Champery's three nightclubs, Farenheit, Avalanche and La Crevasse.
But he lifts this sentence fragment from a meandering bin Laden statement made public in late October 2004, more than 18 months after the invasion of Iraq, that appears to owe as much to Michael Moore's Farenheit 9/11, released earlier that year, as to reality.
Most recently, however, Eisner refused to distribute Michael Moore's Farenheit 9/11 but did sell the film to the Wiensteins, who then formed a separate company in order to distribute the film.
By contrast, global warming is a slow (many decades to several centuries) upward trend of anywhere from a few to around 10 degrees Farenheit.