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“Tempering is a heat soak process that strengthens the glass and prevents breakage significantly.”
“Tempering" or "drawing" should be restricted to mean moderate reheating, up to about 350° C., forming troostitic steel.”
“Tempering his contentious passion with winning doses of empiricism and good cheer, Dutton — the essayist, academic, public-radio enthusiast, and founder and editor of Arts & Letters Daily — seeks a way around “the hermetic discourse that deadens so much of the humanities.””
“Tempering eggs is a critical culinary process, especially when it comes to making puddings, custards and other similar recipes.”
“Tempering such greed must become a key priority for today's business leaders.”
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“Tempering a fine chocolate is a scientific process that also depends on voodoo.”
“Tempering the data was news that Texas-area factories contracted at a faster pace in August.”
“Tempering the devastating implications of the world we now live in are pictured reminders of humanity's sacredness.”
“Tempering the urge to overwrite the especially mucky parts is important, but I didn't want to edit out the weird bits altogether simply because I didn't want people to know that I'd been in the bin, or that I'm not always the most attractive person on the planet.”
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