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“The slight drop in tem-perature induced by the rain and the onset of darkness was offset by the proximity of so many warm bodies.”
“She spoke a sibilant word and around her the tem-perature plunged into winter.”
“The Commander says, "Mr. Piniaz, go ahead and use it, but only when Mr. Bradley needs it to sustain internal tem-perature.”
“The wind was blowing no more than a dozen k.p.h. Coupled with the gentle tem-perature, it made the day seem positively tropical.”
“The tem-perature fell and the humans had long since re-donned their survival suits, the Tran their heavy hessavar fur coats.”
“Ethan found himself shivering as the minus sixty tem-perature pressed at his survival suit's adjustive potentials.”
“They wore armor of scaly kannik hide and carried spears whose heads were al'loyed ice-a dense, hard mineral at this pressure and tem-perature of minus 100 degrees.”
“They reduce energy demand by perature fluctuations; shading and cooling buildings in the summer • Help cleanse the air and water; and by providing added insulation in the win - • Reduce ambient air temperature, ter.”
“CAUTION: Cooling too quickly and especially allowing his body tem - perature.”
“Place cold compresses on the person's drink enough water, over a pe - words … .. saliva drool from sides liva on tongue Salivation perature to become too low can cause other life-threatening medical conditions. neck, groin, and armpits.”
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