heat check

heat check

[′hēt ‚chek]
(metallurgy)
Parallel surface cracks forming a pattern on the surface of a metal as a result of thermal fatigue.
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The Standard Edition comes with 5,000 Virtual Currency; 5,000 MyTEAM Points; 5 MyCAREER Skill Boosts; MyPLAYER Clothing Capsule; 10 MyTEAM League packs (delivered one per week) and 5 Heat Check packs (delivered one per week beginning at the start of the NBA season).
With other species of domestic animals, a 21-day heat check is often the first concrete sign of pregnancy.
As ballers on a court, when in a zone or in the zone, they can take a heat check. Or like Steph Curry, describe the Raptors' surprise box-and-1 defense as janky, far different from wonky.
"When youre banking in 3s, its time for a heat check," Kilbride added with a laugh.
2018, with Knicks Gaming winning the Inaugural NBA 2K League Championship, in the best-of-three matchup with Heat Check Gaming. At the conclusion of the season, the league announced it would expand from the initial 17 teams to 21. 
All other surfaces of the casting not specifically called out could not exhibit any flash, heat check or washout that exceeded the tolerance.
Keep the heat Check for draughts around windows and doors, and close your curtains at dusk to stop heat escaping through the windows.
"Heat check," Lee said with a smile when asked what he thought of his performance.
A technician should heat check the oven thermostat for consistent cooking and baking temperatures and should level the range for better baking results.
Warning, this game contains strong language, violence and a possible heat check! We might have to make this performance rated "R" - it's too hot to handle!
Excellent thermal conductivity and heat check resistance.
Even Grizzlies CEO John Hollinger joined in on the fun, writing, "@QuincyPondexter with the ultimate heat check."