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Fahrenheit

1
Gabriel Daniel . 1686--1736, German physicist, who invented the mercury thermometer and devised the temperature scale that bears his name

Fahrenheit

2
of or measured according to the Fahrenheit scale of temperature.
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The Mile High City set two new records: a low of minus 14 Fahrenheit degrees (minus 25.6 degree Celsius) and a new low high of 11 Fahrenheit degrees (minus 11.7 degree Celsius) on Nov.
Ground meat should be cooked to 160-165 Fahrenheit degrees; beef to 145-170 degrees (for medium rare to well done); poultry to 165 degrees; pre-cooked ham to 140 degrees; and ham and fresh pork to 160-170 degrees.
Besides saving energy, DuPont adds, the panel enhances comfort as it reduces indoor temperature peaks by 4 to 5 Celsius degrees (7 to 9 Fahrenheit degrees).