Temperateness Temperatures

Temperature

Meanings and phrases

temperature

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n.
  1. the degree of hotness or coldness of a body or environment (corresponding to its molecular activity)
  2. the somatic sensation of cold or heat

Curie temperature

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n.
  1. the temperature above which a ferromagnetic substance loses its ferromagnetism and becomes paramagnetic; Curie point

absolute temperature

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n.
  1. temperature measured on the absolute scale
E.g.
  • This does not enter into the definition of absolute temperature.
  • This allowed Kelvin to establish his absolute temperature scale.
  • Kelvin's original work postulating absolute temperature was published in 1848.

basal body temperature

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n.
  1. body temperature in the morning before rising or moving about or eating anything; basal temperature

basal body temperature method

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n.
  1. natural family planning in which the fertile period of the woman's menstrual cycle is inferred by noting the rise in basal body temperature that typically occurs with ovulation; basal body temperature method of family planning
n.
  1. natural family planning in which the fertile period of the woman's menstrual cycle is inferred by noting the rise in basal body temperature that typically occurs with ovulation; basal body temperature method

basal temperature

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n.
  1. body temperature in the morning before rising or moving about or eating anything; basal body temperature

body temperature

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n.
  1. temperature of the body; normally 98.6 F or 37 C in humans; usually measured to obtain a quick evaluation of a person's health; blood heat
E.g.
  • In addition, body temperature regulation is compromised.
  • Shea butter melts at body temperature.
  • The core body temperature averages , similar to that of a human.

high temperature

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n.
  1. the presence of heat; hotness; heat
E.g.
  • The record high temperature was on July 1, 1942.
  • Spinels commonly form in high temperature processes.
  • There may also be high temperature (fever) and chills.

low temperature

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n.
  1. the absence of heat; coldness; cold; frigidity; frigidness
E.g.
  • The freezing of water limits low temperature performance.
  • Even in July, the average low temperature in Utqiagvik is .
  • It will be baked in the oven at low temperature for 2 hours.

room temperature

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n.
  1. the normal temperature of room in which people live
E.g.
  • Point c is at 200 bar and room temperature (300 K).
  • Chlorine is a yellow-green gas at room temperature.
  • Stibine decomposes spontaneously at room temperature.

standard temperature

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n.
  1. exactly zero degrees centigrade

temperature change

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n.
  1. a process whereby the degree of hotness of a body (or medium) changes
E.g.
  • Seasonally, there is little temperature change.
  • This phenomenon arises from a rapid temperature change.
  • He theorized that this temperature change was due to "calorific rays", a type of light ray that could not be seen.

temperature gradient

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n.
  1. change in temperature as a function of distance (especially altitude)
E.g.
  • The core then shrinks, heats up, and develops a strong temperature gradient.
  • The temperature gradient from the equator to the poles was not as large as it is today.
  • The temperature was 30 degrees Celsius with little temperature gradient from pole to pole.

temperature reduction

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n.
  1. the process of becoming cooler; a falling temperature; cooling; chilling

temperature scale

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n.
  1. a system of measuring temperature

temperature unit

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n.
  1. a unit of measurement for temperature

average temperature

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  • The average temperature of February is minus 8 °C.
  • Their average temperature ranges from () to ().
  • The average temperature is between 7.4℃ to8.5℃.

annual temperature

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  • The mean annual temperature is and precipitation .
  • The average annual temperature in Gifu is 15.5 °C.
  • The average annual temperature in Nanao is 13.7 °C.

air temperature

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  • The air temperature was , but the wind chill was .
  • Average weekly mean air temperature reaches in August.
  • Since 1981, the coldest air temperature was on 01/21/1994.

effective temperature

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  • The effective temperature of Aldebaran's photosphere is .
  • The effective temperature of the outer atmosphere is 4,910 K.
  • Its effective temperature is 6,600 K, making it hotter than the Sun.

average annual temperature

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  • The average annual temperature in Gifu is 15.5 °C.
  • The average annual temperature in Nanao is 13.7 °C.
  • The average annual temperature in Dorra is 29.1 °C.

mean temperature

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  • The annual mean temperature in the area is 27℃.
  • It was the highest annual mean temperature of .
  • The annual mean temperature is approximately .

water temperature

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  • The water temperature is around 200 °F (93.33 °C).
  • The water temperature ranges from and up to deep.
  • The water temperature is 29.30˚C found at depth of 286 meters.

surface temperature

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  • If so the surface temperature would be about 900 K.
  • It has a surface temperature of 8056 K and is 12 million years old.
  • He had investigated radio waves from Venus and concluded that there was a surface temperature of .

temperature range

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  • The optimal temperature range is 400 °C to 700 °C.
  • The reported temperature range where they are found is .
  • It prefers a temperature range of 22-26 °C.

maximum temperature

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  • Lower Sindh's maximum temperature reaches about .
  • Central Sindh's maximum temperature typically reaches .
  • The absolute maximum temperature is 37C, but at least – 35C.

temperature and pressure

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  • As the solutions rise the temperature and pressure fall.
  • The density of a material varies with temperature and pressure.
  • Therefore, temperature and pressure control deformation processes.

ambient temperature

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  • The body temperature varies, depending on the ambient temperature.
  • There is nothing metallurgically significant about ambient temperature.
  • The cryogenic process continues this action from ambient temperature down to .

highest temperature

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  • He noticed that the highest temperature was beyond red.
  • The highest temperature ever recorded was 48.3 °C (118.9 °F).
  • The highest temperature of was recorded in Kuçovë on 18 July 1973.

temperature ranges

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  • The water temperature ranges from and up to deep.
  • The mean monthly temperature ranges between and .
  • Their average temperature ranges from () to ().

minimum temperature

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  • The lowest minimum temperature was on 11 July 1971.
  • A minimum temperature of -3.9°C was recorded in July 1997.
  • A minimum temperature of -3.9 C was recorded in July 1997.

temperature differences

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  • For absolute zero, but for temperature differences, (Here °R refers to the Rankine scale, not the Réaumur scale).
  • Atmospheric circulation, topographic features, and temperature differences determine the average precipitation that falls in each region.
  • Unit conversion for temperature differences is simply a matter of multiplying by, e.g., 1 °F / 1 K (although the ratio is not a constant value).

temperature ever

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  • The highest temperature ever recorded was 48.3 °C (118.9 °F).
  • The coldest temperature ever recorded was on 23 January 1969.
  • The coldest temperature ever recorded was on 19 January 1925.

temperature ever recorded

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  • The highest temperature ever recorded was 48.3 °C (118.9 °F).
  • The coldest temperature ever recorded was on 23 January 1969.
  • The coldest temperature ever recorded was on 19 January 1925.

seasonal temperature

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  • The average summer seasonal temperature is .
  • Interior Alaska experiences extreme seasonal temperature variability.
  • The weather is generally hot and humid throughout the year with little seasonal temperature variation.

recorded temperature

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  • The highest recorded temperature was in August 1989.
  • The highest recorded temperature in Dhahran is .
  • The lowest recorded temperature in the city range is .

temperature recorded

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  • The hottest temperature recorded was .
  • The highest temperature recorded in Davenport was on July 12, 1936.
  • The highest ever temperature recorded in the town was on July 2010.

lowest temperature

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  • The lowest temperature was on January 20, 1922.
  • The lowest temperature was on February 6, 1989.
  • The lowest temperature was on January 4, 1949.

large seasonal temperature

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  • A humid continental climate is marked by variable weather patterns and a large seasonal temperature variance.
  • This climatic region has large seasonal temperature differences, with warm to hot (and often humid) summers and cold (sometimes severely cold) winters.
  • This climatic region is typified by large seasonal temperature differences, with warm to hot (and often humid) summers and cold (sometimes severely cold) winters.

temperature changes

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  • Diurnal temperature changes decrease with height in the atmosphere.
  • It is also essential to avoid sudden temperature changes, which may cause the pot to crack.
  • The brittle α phase that exists at room temperature changes to the plastic β phase at higher temperatures.

lower temperature

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  • Chocolate with a higher fat content will melt at a lower temperature.
  • Chemical reactions generally proceed more slowly at a lower temperature.
  • With each subsequent evaporation, the thermometer read a lower temperature, eventually reaching .

higher temperature

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  • The day side has an even higher temperature in excess of .
  • This is because energy supplied at a higher temperature (i.e.
  • As a common example, salt water boils at a higher temperature than pure water.

temperature difference

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  • Usually, kilns have a greater temperature difference at cooler cone numbers.
  • The transfer of heat is caused by the temperature difference between indoors and outdoors.
  • They can transport a large heat load over a long distance with a small temperature difference.

seasonal temperature differences

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  • When Korea had little medicinal knowledge, many newborns would die from childhood diseases or because of Korea’s seasonal temperature differences.
  • This climatic region has large seasonal temperature differences, with warm to hot (and often humid) summers and cold (sometimes severely cold) winters.
  • This climatic region is typified by large seasonal temperature differences, with warm to hot (and often humid) summers and cold (sometimes severely cold) winters.

constant temperature

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  • When there is snow, the ice stays at constant temperature.
  • It worked at constant temperature, and at atmospheric pressure.
  • The cave provided shelter and maintained a constant temperature.

average mean temperature

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  • ), as the average mean temperature in the winter is below 0 °C.
  • "Dfb" climates are characterized by at least one month having an average mean temperature ≤ , at least four months with an average mean temperature ≥ , all months with an average mean temperature ≤ and no significant precipitation difference between seasons.

pressure and temperature

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  • This crystal structure changes with pressure and temperature.
  • The crystal structure of americium changes with pressure and temperature.
  • In LNG storage the pressure and temperature within the tank will continue to rise.

when the temperature

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  • They also feed on aquatic vegetation when the temperature exceeds 18 °C.
  • They do emerge from their burrows when the temperature is above freezing.
  • Like other reptiles, tegus go into brumation in autumn when the temperature drops.

transition temperature

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  • With increasing pressure the transition temperature increases.
  • piezoelectric ceramics, glass transition temperature, superconductive ceramics, etc.).
  • The critical transition temperature can be adjusted over a wide range by variations in chemistry.

temperature and humidity

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E.g.
  • Chocolate is very sensitive to temperature and humidity.
  • Thus they are able to locate a suitable microclimate (temperature and humidity).
  • Unfavorable temperature and humidity can slow development, but will not always stop it.

annual average temperature

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  • The city's annual average temperature is 27 degrees Celsius.
  • The annual average temperature is 23 °C.

operating temperature

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  • The operating temperature range is from 0°C to about 50°C.
  • Molten carbonate fuel cells (MCFCs) require a high operating temperature, , similar to SOFCs.
  • The high operating temperature is largely due to the physical properties of the YSZ electrolyte.

temperature variation

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  • These beaches have a specific climate, by showing low diurnal temperature variation, just .
  • The weather is generally hot and humid throughout the year with little seasonal temperature variation.
  • Due to the city's high elevation and aridity, diurnal temperature variation is large throughout the year.

critical temperature

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  • Of the known compounds, the highest critical temperature T = 135 K belongs to HgBaCaCuO.
  • It was commonly believed that the Arctic fox had a lower critical temperature below −40 °C.
  • In either case, a superconductor with critical temperature higher than that of the operating temperature should be chosen.

such as temperature

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  • In the later one can change the values of parameters such as temperature and pressure.
  • El Niño can lead to drastic, though temporary, changes in the environment such as temperature fluctuations and flash floods.
  • Quantities of atoms are found in different states of matter that depend on the physical conditions, such as temperature and pressure.

temperature is around

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  • The water temperature is around 200 °F (93.33 °C).
  • Its equilibrium temperature is around 283 K.
  • The average yearly temperature is around 26 °C (78.8 °F).

temperature control

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  • The temperature control kept the inside of the capsule at .
  • The jury commended the "bleak inner landscape, written with a temperature control set very low and an acute sense of smell."
  • After Johnson's death in 1911, the company decided to focus on its temperature control business for nonresidential buildings.

temperature increases

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  • With increasing pressure the transition temperature increases.
  • Lowering the temperature increases optical albedo even without clouds.
  • Climate change is expected to lead to latitudinal and altitudinal temperature increases.

temperature between

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  • It has less than mean annual rainfall and a summer average temperature between .
  • This way, any temperature between room temperature and about 10K can be achieved.
  • Resolute has never experienced an above freezing temperature between October 20 and May 6.

melting temperature

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E.g.
  • It has a melting temperature of about 3250 degrees Celsius.
  • When use calcium with lead it gives low melting temperature to glaz.
  • For these reasons, refractory metals with high melting temperature (e.g.

highest temperature ever

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  • The highest temperature ever recorded was 48.3 °C (118.9 °F).
  • The highest temperature ever recorded in Taber was on 17 July 1936.
  • The highest temperature ever recorded was in Talladega county in 1902.

highest recorded temperature

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  • The highest recorded temperature was in August 1989.
  • The highest recorded temperature in Dhahran is .
  • The highest recorded temperature was 42.2 °C (108.0 °F) on 31 July 2000.

temperature rises

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  • During peak summer, the temperature rises up to 44 °C (111 °F).
  • In summer, the temperature rises to a maximum of and in the winters.
  • Similar temperature rises were also reported in Niger, which began to enter a famine situation.

increase in temperature

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  • The result, however, is an increase in temperature in both cases.
  • On average, the rate of chemical reactions in wine double with each 18 °F (8 °C) increase in temperature.
  • The increase in temperature specifically has the potential to eliminate many alpine habitats in the United States.

coldest temperature

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  • The coldest temperature ever recorded was on 23 January 1969.
  • The coldest temperature ever recorded was on 19 January 1925.
  • The coldest temperature ever recorded was on 28 December 1933.

temperature drops

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  • With each ascent of in altitude, temperature drops .
  • Like other reptiles, tegus go into brumation in autumn when the temperature drops.
  • The climate is generally harsh, with steep temperature drops between day and night.

mean annual temperature

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  • The mean annual temperature is and precipitation .
  • Average mean annual temperature is 10.6C (51.1F).
  • The city's annual average precipitation is around , and the mean annual temperature is .

changes in temperature

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  • This species may vertically migrate in the water column because of changes in temperature.
  • There are other people who are hyposensitive and may not feel extreme changes in temperature or pain.
  • The ENSO cycle, including both El Niño and La Niña, causes global changes in temperature and rainfall.

temperature during

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  • The average temperature during the summer is , with a record high of .
  • The temperature during summer touches a maximum of and during winter it is .
  • Since Narathiwat is very close to the equator, there is little change in temperature during the year.

temperature variations

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  • In the deep of these basins the temperature variations are smaller.
  • "K-324" took advantage of temperature variations in the Gulf Stream.
  • Beaverdell has one of the highest diurnal temperature variations in Canada.

diurnal temperature

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  • Beaverdell has one of the highest diurnal temperature variations in Canada.
  • These beaches have a specific climate, by showing low diurnal temperature variation, just .
  • Due to the city's high elevation and aridity, diurnal temperature variation is large throughout the year.

global temperature

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  • This has led to increases in mean global temperature, or global warming.
  • Increase in atmospheric carbon dioxide means increase in global temperature.
  • Another impact that the warming global temperature has had is on the frequency and severity of heat waves.

temperature rise

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  • This may result in objectionable temperature rise and waste of energy.
  • A 2018 study of CDC data connected temperature rise to increased numbers of suicides.
  • The spring water emerges from underground sulphur deposits making its temperature rise above boiling point.

same temperature

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  • All the hot springs maintain nearly almost same temperature all year round.
  • There would then be no mechanism to cause wider regions to have the same temperature.
  • Consider two systems; S and S at the same temperature and capable of exchanging particles.

temperature

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  • Animal models of neurotoxicity from high-dose amphetamine exposure indicate that the occurrence of hyperpyrexia (i.e., core body temperature ≥ 40 °C) is necessary for the development of amphetamine-induced neurotoxicity.
  • "Dfb" climates are characterized by at least one month having an average mean temperature ≤ , at least four months with an average mean temperature ≥ , all months with an average mean temperature ≤ and no significant precipitation difference between seasons.
  • "Dcbo" climates are characterized by at least one month having an average mean temperature ≤ , four to seven months with an average mean temperature ≥ , all months with an average mean temperature < ("Dcba" at the base ≥ ) and no significant precipitation difference between seasons.

mean temperature

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  • "Dfb" climates are characterized by at least one month having an average mean temperature ≤ , at least four months with an average mean temperature ≥ , all months with an average mean temperature ≤ and no significant precipitation difference between seasons.
  • "Dcbo" climates are characterized by at least one month having an average mean temperature ≤ , four to seven months with an average mean temperature ≥ , all months with an average mean temperature < ("Dcba" at the base ≥ ) and no significant precipitation difference between seasons.

temperature varies

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E.g.
  • This assumes the temperature varies continuously.
  • The mean monthly temperature varies throughout the region.
  • The body temperature varies, depending on the ambient temperature.

sea surface temperature

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  • Based on the information is easy to calculate the sea surface temperature and ice concentration at any point on Earth.
  • The ENSO is the cycle of warm and cold sea surface temperature (SST) of the tropical central and eastern Pacific Ocean.
  • Additionally sea surface temperature anomalies have some winter to winter persistence due to the reemergence mechanism.

temperature above

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  • Hot wire anemometers use a fine wire (on the order of several micrometres) electrically heated to some temperature above the ambient.
  • Especially PAC is ideal for the study of phase changes at extreme temperature above 2000°C due to no temperature dependence of the method.
  • Common mole-rats are endothermic, having the ability to generate their own heat and keep their body temperature above ambient temperature.

daily temperature

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  • The mean annual daily temperature is around 29℃ (84.2℉), among the highest in the world.
  • Some of the largest daily temperature ranges on Earth occur in western sections of Asia.
  • Sahelian Upper Guinea has a shorter rainy season and greater daily temperature variations.

temperature reaches

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  • Lower Sindh's maximum temperature reaches about .
  • Average weekly mean air temperature reaches in August.
  • In winter, during the week the temperature reaches the mark of minus 25-40 °C.

color temperature

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  • This set of colors is called "color temperature".
  • Photographers sometimes use color temperature meters.
  • Both of the cited standards specify a 6500 K color temperature.

temperature extremes

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  • Moving chocolate between temperature extremes, can result in an oily texture.
  • Virtually all temperature extremes were associated with the phenomena of El Niño and La Niña.
  • A landing just after dawn was chosen to limit the temperature extremes the astronauts would experience.

minimum air temperature

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  • During the winter months, the average annual extreme minimum air temperature is .
  • The plant hardiness zone is 6a with an average annual extreme minimum air temperature of .
  • The plant hardiness zone is 6b with an average annual extreme minimum air temperature of at the summit and at the base.

lowest recorded temperature

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  • The lowest recorded temperature in the city range is .
  • The lowest recorded temperature is , while the highest is .
  • The lowest recorded temperature was .
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