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  • We now know that these laws of thermodynamics (from the Greek therme, meaning "heat" and dynamis, meaning "power") apply to every type of energy conversion.

    Fundamental principles of energy

  • The names of the unit comes from the Greek word for heat, therme.

    Therm

  • In fact, the word "geothermal" comes from the Greek words geo (Earth) and therme

    CNN.com

  • Erding is really nice town, a few restaurants / cafes brewery hospital theatre cinema bowling indoor / outdoor swimming pool therme erding. lots of festivals and events enough shops for day to day living a s bahn S2 to munich around a 45min journey, we have lived there since April.

    Toytown Germany - Germany feed

  • Geothermal comes from the Greek word geo, meaning earth, and therme, meaning heat.

    ScienceBlogs Channel : Life Science

  • Messidor (moisson, harvest) June 19th to July 18th, Thermidor (therme, warmth) July 19th to Aug. 17th, Fructidor (fruit, fruit), Aug. 19th to

    Paris and Northern France

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