- n. Plural form of temperature.
“Scientists have found that the jump in temperatures is even greater in the upper atmosphere, where the glaciers reign on silent mountain peaks.”
“Midland, the actual scientific consensus on global warming is a pretty slow and mild rise in temperatures, not some catastrophic end of the world scenario as people are projecting out of their asses here.”
“Meat held at wrong temperatures is just as dangerous.”
“Stanley's Ice Off Paste is designed to coat your guides and line, protecting them from ice in temperatures to 12 below zero (according to the coampany).”
“Can tolerate drops over 3 feet, shoots in temperatures to 14 degrees Fahrenheit, has an effective 12.1 megapixel sensor, a huge 2.5 inch screen, and a wide 28mm lens.”
“Data collected over the past 150 years by the 188 members of the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) through observing networks of tens of thousands of stations on land, at sea, in the air and from constellations of weather and climate satellites lead to an unequivocal conclusion: The observed increase in global surface temperatures is a manifestation of global warming.”
“As the director general of the U.N. World Meteorological Organization wrote in the editorial pages of the Washington Post, The observed increase in global surface temperatures is a manifestation of global warming.”
“This is how I knew what it was like to fast without water in temperatures of 140 degrees Fahrenheit.”
“The reason this is so important to me is that when you get in temperatures such as that of Siberia, it can kill you very quickly if you cannot stay warm.”
“Vaccines must be kept at certain temperatures and used by certain expiry dates.”
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