swelter


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Synonyms for swelter

to feel or look hot

Words related to swelter

be uncomfortably hot

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suffer from intense heat

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Archeological excavations conducted at Swelter Shelter in 1964 and 1965 were part of a larger archeological survey of the monument that included many Native American sites (14).
On June 18, 2001, under the direction of National Park Service archeologists, a team of six student volunteers and two volunteer leaders began work at Swelter Shelter.
5 miles from Swelter Shelter) for 1958 to 2002 were obtained from the Western Regional Climate Center (available from: www.
Because the two group leaders and six volunteers traveled as a group and all became ill, the sites of possible exposure to coccidioidomycosis were limited to Swelter Shelter and their camping area, the only two places visited before June 27.
by watering down the soil and wearing National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health [NIOSH]-approved N95 respirators) at Swelter Shelter to reduce their risk for C.
All five ill persons worked at Swelter Shelter in August 1964 or June and July 1965.
Several lines of evidence indicate that the endemic focus at Swelter Shelter is highly localized and does not represent a larger unrecognized region of activity in northeastern Utah.
Consistent with the hypothesis of a highly focal endemic area at Swelter Shelter, a study of outdoor workers in California indicated that even in disease-endemic areas, highly focal areas of high risk for coccidioidomycosis exist and persist (19).
The endemic focus at Swelter Shelter may have been established centuries ago.
Unseasonably high temperatures persist today in the Pacific Northwest while Arizona and Nevada continue to swelter in the heat as well.