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- n. Plural form of temp.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of temp.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Time.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See tense.
- n. Specifically, in legerdemain, the right opportunity for executing a required movement.
- n. See temse.
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SET done = 0; set outtext = ''; open temps; temps_loop: LOOP / * Loop through temps* / fetch temps into temp1;
Try piers or rocks along the bank, or any large piles in the middle of the lake. the key with cooler water temps is FISH SLOW!
That report initially started with a prediciton of a 7 degree rise in temps, then revised that to be 3 degrees, then most recently came out with the statement – we cannot explain why the globe is cooling, but there's no getting around that it is.
There is no evidence of any increase in temps in the last 10n years.
Spending on consultants and temps is falling but huge annual bill still does not represent value for money, says National Audit Office
Will usually get 600 pictures or so before batteries fail in temps that are above 50 degrees, otherwise batteries go faster than that.
Wait, OneTwo, your saying the guy that cant read temps is now knows what the temps were during the meideval times?
Re: but models show that the increase in temps due to GW will cause more rain to fall over oceans and less over land,
But we do have two long-term temps right now, so I should probably introduce you to them as well.
The degree of accuracy claimed by the people who advocate global warming about temps from a 100 years ago are are impossible.