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mired

[mīrd]
(thermodynamics)
A unit used to measure the reciprocal of color temperature, equal to the reciprocal of a color temperature of 106 kelvins. Derived from micro-reciprocal-degree.
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It started out as a relaxed and exclusive preamble to Mired, but has evolved into an unwieldy monster -- expensive, inefficient and frustratingly resistant to organization.
The overall recycling market is mired in the doldrums.
The lumber industry in Northern Ontario is mired in a slump, and there are few signs that the sector is ready to break out of it.
life insurers to workers' compensation carve-out business continues to be mired in litigation proceedings and arbitration between the direct writers, reinsurers, and retrocessionaires.
by ONAPrincess Dina Mired Al Hussein expressed her gratitude and that of her accompanying delegation to visit the Sultanate.
Amman, June 14 (Petra) -- His Royal Highness Prince Mired Bin Raad stressed the need for further efforts to help persons with disabilities and exchange knowledge and expertise in this regard.
During a meeting with ambassadors of granting countries, Board Chairman of the National Center for Demining and Rehabilitation (NCDR) Prince Mired stressed on Saturday that the 8th meeting of Ottawa Agreement member countries was a distinguished chance to renew the international interest in demining, spread awareness of this issue and put an end to all the suffering caused by land mines.
And he followed the disgraced Richard Nixon while the nation was still mired in Vietnam.
Even when the story gets mired in the details of ropes, spinnaker and spars, McDonough's gravelly voice will hold the listener's interest.
in physics and then found himself mired in the Great Depression and a job in the patent office of an electronics firm in New York City.
This entire "conservative" media apparatus is little more than an echo chamber for the Bush administration as it leaves our country mired in debt at home and in useless foreign wars abroad.
Organizers found themselves mired in red tape because wine was to be served at the event.