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  1. Temperature Northeastern trade winds keep this tropical island relatively, cool ,and dry. Average annual temperature is. July–October is its hottest period
  2. There is not much dry air with which the cool ers can work to make the air as, cool ,as possible for dwelling occupants. Unlike air conditioners, evaporative
  3. North of Alaska is Arctic (Köppen ET) with long, very cold winters and short, cool ,summers. Even in July, the average low temperature in Barrow is. Precipitation
  4. Basins and river valleys are very high, but the nights are almost always, cool , Average precipitation is heavy, a result of the convergence of the prevailing
  5. The deeper underground, so they only work well if winters or nearby mountains, cool ,groundwater below roughly 16 °C (60 °F). Also, in the longer run such systems
  6. Further, they are mixed into an electron plasma. The electrons in this plasma, cool ,via cyclotron radiation, and then sympathetically cool the antiprotons via
  7. Electrons in this plasma cool via cyclotron radiation, and then sympathetically, cool ,the antiprotons via Coulomb collisions. Eventually, the electrons are removed
  8. A national leader in campus sustainability, ASU was named one of the top 20 ", cool ,schools" by the Sierra Club, was named to the" Green Honor Roll" by the
  9. Having a forum to get together and talk about ideas, about morals – that's a, cool ,concept. But then, of course, institutional religions are so problematic. "
  10. Altitude and its dry summers, nightly temperatures in the summer months are, cool , Ankara's annual average precipitation is fairly low at, nevertheless
  11. Coolers rely on the outside air to be channeled through cool er pads that, cool ,the air before it reaches the inside of a house through its air duct system;
  12. Immediate family members, and were constructed of mud-brick designed to remain, cool ,in the heat of the day. Each home had a kitchen with an open roof, which
  13. Months, where thunderstorms occur sparsely once or twice a month. Winters are, cool ,and rainy, with a January average of; in NEA Filadelfeia and in Wellington;
  14. Of his own class. Swift’s use of gripping details of poverty and his narrator’s, cool ,approach towards them create" two opposing points of view" that" alienate
  15. Years. Early commercial applications of air conditioning were manufactured to, cool ,air for industrial processing rather than personal cool ness. In 1902 the first
  16. In adobe construction. In tropical and other climates typified by hot days and, cool ,nights, the high thermal mass of adobe levels out the heat transfer through the
  17. That of the air above it. Insulation An air-conditioning unit is only able to, cool ,a building to a given temperature if the cool ing capacity of the
  18. An experiment to explore the principle of evaporation as a means to rapidly, cool ,an object. Franklin and Hadley confirmed that evaporation of highly volatile
  19. Units are also able to provide heat by reversing the cool ing process so that, cool ,air is collected from a room and warm air is released. These units are not
  20. However, the clear, dry air permits rapid loss of heat, and the nights are, cool ,to chilly. Enormous daily ranges in temperature are recorded. The highest
  21. Also shade the walls of the house, reducing cool ing costs. Another trick is to, cool ,the building's thermal mass at night, and then cool the building from the
  22. Of buildings. He even envisioned centralized air conditioning that could, cool ,entire cities. Though his prototype leaked and performed irregularly, Gorrie
  23. nebulae's core to get caught in stellar winds, and radiate outward. As they, cool , the atoms supposedly bond to each other in various ways and eventually form
  24. Of the LSD drug experience, which may have caused the relationship to, cool , but Huxley continued to write articles for the Society's journal, lecture at
  25. Patented by John Corrie of Apalachicola, Florida in 1842. He used the device to, cool ,the patients in his malaria hospital. Absorptive chillers Portable air
  26. Summers. The Black Sea and Marmara coasts have temperate oceanic climate, with, cool , foggy summers and much rainfall throughout the year. Ecoregions Anatolia's
  27. AC does not have an option of exchange of indoor and outdoor air. Heat and, cool ,units Some portable air conditioner units are also able to provide heat by
  28. Winter, then bloom in winter or spring. The plants grow and bloom during the, cool ,season when most other plants are dormant or other annuals are in seed form
  29. Most a cool ing power of 12,000 BTU's/h (3.5 kW). However, single hosed units, cool ,a room less effectively than dual hosed as the air expelled from the room
  30. Summer heat to warm a building for the whole winter, and enough winter cold to, cool ,the building in summer. In annualized geography solar systems, the solar collector is
  31. The original amount. The antiprotons are still hot when initially trapped. To, cool ,them further, they are mixed into an electron plasma. The electrons in this
  32. Units generally have a cool er power of 12,000-14,000 BTU's/h (3.5-4.1 kW) and, cool ,rooms that are around. The reason an intake hose is needed to draw in extra air
  33. Conditioners Portable air conditioners are movable units that can be used to, cool ,a specific region of a building or home in a modular fashion, not requiring
  34. Seed. The seeds germinate in the fall or winter when the soil temperature is, cool , Winter annuals typically grow low to the ground, where they are usually
  35. By heating raw ambergris in alcohol, then allowing the resulting solution to, cool , Breakdown of the relatively scentless Amtrak through oxidation results in
  36. Needed because very hot stars radiate mostly ultraviolet radiation, while very, cool ,stars radiate mostly infrared radiation (see Planck's law). The dimmer an
  37. John Corrie used compressor technology to create ice, which he used to, cool ,air for his patients in his hospital in Apalachicola, Florida. He hoped
  38. S latitude, generally above freezing, even at night, and wet. Summers are, cool , although short heat waves can occur. Rainfall is most abundant in late fall
  39. Are American in origin; some have lost their American flavor (from OK and, cool ,to nerd and 24/7),while others have not (have a nice day, sure ); many are
  40. Inconsistent with the Axiom of Choice * Antiproton Decelerator, a machine to, cool ,down antiprotons at the CERN physics laboratory * Autodynamics, an alternate to
  41. Hot air can be released. A typical single hosed portable air conditioner can, cool ,a room that is or smaller and has at most a cool ing power of 12,000 BTU's/h (
  42. On the Earth’s radiative balance. The direct (albedo) effect is generally to, cool ,the planet; the indirect effect (the particles act as cloud condensation
  43. May Love, we pray, : Like quarantine flowers, feel no decay;: Like these, cool ,lilies may our loves remain, : Perfect and pure, and know not any stain;: And be
  44. And has low thermal conductivity. Compressed argon is allowed to expand, to, cool , the seeker heads of the AIM-9 Sidewinder missile, and other missiles that use
  45. George Bush He bugs Gore; Madonna Louise Cyclone Occasional nude income or One, cool ,dance musician; William Shakespeare I am a weakish speller, Roger
  46. And humidity decrease in higher elevations. The southern section is rainy and, cool , the central Andes are dry. The northern Andes are typically rainy and warm
  47. Very much. Aura In Nonnus' Dionysian, Aura was a Greek goddess of breezes and, cool ,air, daughter of Llanos and Period. She was a virgin huntress, just like
  48. Of the United States a 10-metre turbine can supply enough energy to heat and, cool ,a well-built all-electric house. Economical use in other areas requires research
  49. Far more snow. It is a subarctic climate (Köppen DFC) due to its brief, cool ,summers. The climate of Western Alaska is determined in large part by the
  50. Incinerating toilets turn excrement into a small amount of ash. They are, cool ,to the touch, have no water and no pipes, and require an air vent in a wall.

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