heat run

heat run

[′hēt ‚rən]
(electricity)
A series of temperature measurements made on an electric device during operating tests under various conditions.
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The Ray Racing ace driver cleared the fourth heat run in a fastest time of 02:12.84 minutes.
Let the heat run for a few minutes to catch any small particles that become dislodged, and then change the furnace filter.
"I watched her heat run and the pressure was on her," John Archibald said.
The fact that the competition is over 500m this year rather than the 480m of last is not in her favour stamina-wise but it does afford her a longer run to the first turn and she can pace up in the opening semi at 8.19 and show the benefit of the heat run by holding on this time.
Also, no, Miami apparently hasn't forgotten what he meant to that Heat run.
Mohawks fought back to within three points, which Jake Butler reduced to one after slicing through the Heat defence, but two turnovers saw Heat run down the clock and hold on for a 29-28 win.
But Norris Cole's 3-pointer, Miami's first in 10 tries to that point, started what became a 13-4 Heat run and made it a 76-71 game entering the fourth.
the fields and then in the heat run tractors--these landless peasants
James extended his fourth MVP run into the playoffs with 25.7 points, 7.9 rebounds and 6.6 assists in 17 games, but the rest of his squad, namely Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh have slipped significantly and the Heat run the risk of falling behind 2-0 with the series heading to San Antonio next week.
Six fences from home, Champion Court and Long Run appeared to have the field at full stretch in the three-mile heat run in the rain and testing conditions.
Had he matched his world record heat run of 21.30 he would have won gold.