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“A In the plumbing world, they are known as "hot-water dispensers" and they're still a popular addition to many kitchen sinks.”
“Standing in for the parents and two kids, to generate body heat that will be factored into the energy-usage equation, "we'll have people simulators - devices that are similar in appearance to little hot-water heaters that will give off heat and moisture to simulate humans" in every room, Fanney says.”
“Sheldon obeyed her instructions, rushed hot-water bottles along to her, and then sat on the veranda vainly trying to interest himself in a two-months-old file of Sydney newspapers.”
“Food and hot-water bottles to fend off the cold were being handed out by volunteers including Luke Dunn, an accountant from London.”
“The 10-story, 800-occupant residence hall was built in 1965 but renovated in 2007 with central air conditioning (and heating) to all rooms and solar hot-water panels.”
“Also be sure to insulate ducts and hot-water pipes.”
“While we were testing hybrid and solar water heaters for our report, “Water heaters: Cutting your hot-water bill just got easier,” the heat pump of one hybrid unit, the Stiebel Eltron Accelera 300, stopped working.”
“Anybody out there that has (maybe hot-water heater) repair sklls?”
“Showers account for most of a household's hot-water use, Luxton says.”
“It is not long before the children have enlisted the help of a mellifluous elf named De Quincy "Nobody can ever say that I do not sustain the charms and cadences of the language" and, of all things, a brave but emotionally fragile hot-water bottle.”
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