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  • n. Obsolete form of thermometer.

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Examples

  • My 6 year old loves to use the thermometre in the milk and it saves so much money not to mention the endless plastic containers!

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  • Back over low-medium heat for 10 minutes or so, stiring all the time, until the custard “nappe” the wooden spoon fanny : it means that the custard coats the spoon: if you have a thermometre you should know this : cook until the temperature reaches 83°C, then remove from the heat for 2 minutes, still stirring.

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  • I do not think there was any passage in that book which so appealed to him as when Rodolphe worked in his adventitious fur-coat in his windy garret, declaring genially: "Maintenant le thermometre va etre furieusement vexe."

    The Private Life of Henry Maitland

  • It consists of two thermometre tubes placed, side by side, on a metalic scale, which is graduated equally to both tubes.

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  • To make it more portable it is in three pieces, a b and c; having a groove e on one side to receive the thermometre tube and scale by which the proper degree of heating the mercury is ascertained.

    History and Practice of the Art of Photography

  • As the thermometre continued to plummet, both inside the house and out, I started to worry.

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  • I love the way the writers are managing to help combat some stereotypes and put the thermometre on overdrive ... those two nearly manage to give Bette and Tina a run for their money on hottest Mommies on the block ...

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  • I know enough from last time I got malaria to measure my fever regularly with a thermometre, to drink water and to keep my head cool.

    :: louder than swahili

  • December 8th, 2009 SYDNEY - Physicists have devised a thermometre that can potentially gauge temperatures as ultracold as tens of trillionths of a degree above absolute zero.

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  • Sydney: Physicists have devised a thermometre that can potentially gauge temperatures as ultracold as tens of trillionths of a degree above absolute zero.

    Zee News : India National

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