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“You climb to 35,000 feet, the cruising altitude of a jetliner, then go into a controlled 40-degree dive for about 30 seconds.”
“According to Capital Weather Gang's gardening meteorologist David Streit, soil temps have officially hit the 40-degree mark -- not exactly flip flop weather, but apparently the prime time to plant some seeds and watch them bloom.”
“And here is an actual lilac bloom -- shivering its little petals off in this 40-degree weather, but blooming its heart out!”
“Opening Day game, he saw the clusters of fans huddled by the players entrance in the rainy, 40-degree chill, waiting to wave him in.”
“Behind plastic curtain-strip doors, workers in hairnets, smocks and surgical masks move with assembly-line efficiency in the 40-degree Fahrenheit room warm temperature affects the caviar's taste separating eggs from ovary, then washing, salting and tinning the caviar.”
“Earlier in the day, firefighters had sprayed the crowds with water from hoses in a bid to stave off the near 40-degree Celsius heat.”
“Mr. Pierce also uses the Jacobs Ladder, a machine that looks like a ladder tilted at a 40-degree angle.”
“But Miles noted that the certificate failed to mention that the old man had been stripped naked, continually soaked in cold water, and kept outside in 40-degree cold for three days before cardiac arrest.”
“ANOTHER 'MEH' JOBS REPORT: 103K ADDED IN SEPTEMBER - In the immortal words of Stringer Bell, America's economy is having way too many 40-degree days.”
“I first met her in 1983, when we were both in Alice Springs, covering Charles and Di, who had taken their young son William to enjoy the 40-degree heat.”
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