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- n. Short for degree
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To sprinkle; moisten.
- To ooze out.
- An abbreviation of degree.
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CalcPos () global deg: = deg? deg+ (360/TotalButtons): (360/TotalButtons) +90 rad: = deg* (pi/180) xOffset: = WheelRadius* (- 1*Cos (rad)) - picRadius yOffset: = WheelRadius* (- 1*Sin (rad)) - picRadius itemX: = mx1 + xOffset
In Houston, the stable ground temperature is around 70-72 deg, which is perfect -- simply pump water or antifreeze through it and then blow interior air over the coils.
Bake it for 15 mins in a preheated oven @ 190 deg celsius.
Tell Haim Saban/AIPAC that GW will turn up the thermostat in Tel Aviv to 120 deg Fahrenheit and watch what happens.
HAs been cold as well diger's A = = here and had the deepest snow in l4 yrs. (22 days temps never got above 30 deg) Still some o north banks.
If the Marlin bolt rifle malfunctioned when cold at a mere 20-30 deg F and functioed at a warmer day, say 60-70 deg F, then there is something wrong with the lubrication, cleanliness, and maintenance of the rifle, not the design and constuction. metal does not expand and contract significantly at those temperature ranges.
Initial orbital parameters are period 101 min, apogee 821 km, perigee 783 km, and inclination 74 deg
There's alot of debate around that with numbers in the mild "around 2 degrees fahrenheit" to severe -- fifteen deg fahr more or less.
I hear ya about camping, i like camping in the early spring when it still gets down around 30 deg. at night that way you can hang out by the fire and really feel its warmth.
If anyone can show damage from a .77 deg temp rise and more storms; it would be the Amish.