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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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Farenheit 451 revela un hombre que rechazo el protagonismo de la vida y prefirio eliminar lo que significaria su conciencia historica y cultural: el libro.
We do not need so many degrees, that they can call us " Mrs Farenheit"A to see that peace brings prosperity to all.
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.
The body temperature at rest is usually around 98.6 degrees Farenheit (37 degrees Celcius).
The ambient temperature of the car can get up to 140 degrees farenheit, and toddlers and small children can die in as little as an hour." (Heatstroke is an emergency.
By contrast, global warming is a slow (many decades to several centuries) upward trend of anywhere from a few to around 10 degrees Farenheit. This is not perceptible over and above the daffy and seasonal swings, meaning that there will always be cold days in January, as your reader correctly noted.
The M701G gas turbine is one of the most efficient and largest-capacity gas turbines in the world, and it enables extremely high temperatures at the turbine inlet of up to 1,500 degrees celcius (2,732 degreees farenheit).
There's something infinitely watchable about penguins, and March of the Penguins' position as the second-highest-grossing documentary of all time (beaten only by Michael Moore's Farenheit 9/11) is a testament to this fact.
Just as Michael Moored "Farenheit 911" brought documentary filmmaking to a mainstream audience for political purposes, JibJab's cartoon took Internet advocacy into the spotlight.
Wash bedcovers each week in water hotter than 130 degrees farenheit. Keep stuffed toys out of your bed, and don't lie down or fall asleep on cloth-covered sofas or cushions.
Lewis said the temperature dipped to 13 degrees Farenheit and there was about three inches of snow on the ground.