thermosensitive love



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  • adj. That shows a reaction to heat


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  • Originally introduced at this years ICFF show back in May, the thermosensitive wall panels are now in production through their studio.

    Touch Wall Panels by Visual Reference Studio

  • Her thermosensitive robes warded off the evening chill and kept out the ever-present wind as she took her place alongside Obi-Wan and the two Padawans.

    The Cat is a Metaphor

  • Oji and Mitsubishi Paper will join in businesses producing carbonless copy paper and thermosensitive recording paper businesses.

    Japanese Paper Makers Ally

  • Mitsubishi Paper also will buy a stake valued at about 1 billion yen in Oji's wholly owned Thailand unit, Oji Paper (Thailand) Ltd., which is slated to start operations at new facilities for thermosensitive recording paper late next year.

    Japanese Paper Makers Ally

  • Despite a saturated domestic market for thermosensitive recording paper, which is used for store receipts, the two companies expect strong demand in other Asian markets.

    Japanese Paper Makers Ally

  • The heat did not trouble him, but he was thankful for the thermosensitive attire that relieved some of the onerous burden of the constant humidity.


  • He turned the temperature control of his sweater up another notch and the thermosensitive threads immediately grew hotter.

    The Man Who Used the Universe

  • Finally, she covered the cot with a thin thermosensitive blanket.

    For Love of Mother-Not

  • It was not necessary to search out a companion with the lights because the gelsuits, in addition to being thermosensitive, were also thermolumiescent.


  • Between the two incredibly thin layers was a special thermosensitive gel that would keep the body warm to a depth of a hundred meters at one gravity.



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