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“During egg-collecting season in July, two-person teams set out in 100-degree heat to scout marshes in airboats.”
“We decided to investigate and finally reached the end of the line to find they had been waiting all day in 100-degree heat for gas and diesel.”
“The earliest 100-degree day in Central Park previously was June 26, 1962.”
“The previous record for the number of 100-degree days in a year was 69, set in 1980.”
“Despite the 100-degree heat, over a hundred residents, mostly mothers, trekked across town to demand the government protect their human right to housing.”
“Then came Reggie Bush's tweet about how he was thoroughly enjoying his "vacation," which saved him from "slaving in 100-degree" heat during two-a-day minicamp sessions.”
“It seems to us that if folks are going to drive horses on the city streets in 100-degree heat, there ought to be some rules.”
“To not have to sit through two hours of self-congratualtory speechifying by school district administrators in 100-degree heat would have been a blessing in my book.”
“The political and corporate elite in Tokyo have already adopted a no-suit, no-tie "super cool biz" summer uniform to cope with hotter offices, but simply shedding clothes isn't enough to cope with the oppressive, 100-degree summer heat.”
“With no clear end in sight, both the House and Senate Friday finished their business by midday and headed out from the blistering 100-degree heat of the nation's capital to their home states for the weekend.”
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