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The winds pulls cold air toward the equator from the polar regions and bring warm air toward the poles.
So the engineers can simulate conditions along a humid, hot coastline at sea level, or atop an arid and cold mountain.
Because hillsides are never as cold in winter as the hilltops above them or the ground below them, they're called thermal belts.
In cold climates, plants will die off in winter but can be planted again in spring.
The heart of the system is a cleaning table complete with sink and cold-water supply.
And the sea's silty, cold waters made visibility almost nonexistent for the intrepid few who wanted to explore the medieval ruins.
And lo, out of every seat but his own would come a jet of cold spring water.
Steam curls up from hot food into the clear, cold air.
He recalled the taste of whiskey, the cold slap of night air, the glare of rushing lights.
Ultimately, everything in the universe will drift farther and farther apart until the universe is uniformly cold and desolate.
He suffered from poor eyesight, which he tried to treat by dunking his head into a basin of cold water, eyes open.
Above a cold, swollen sea, a sunny day gives way as clouds wrap the sky in silver gauze.
Climate was cold and both of them are warming each other sleeping under the sunlight.
Thick coats of fur keep the cats warm during cold winters.
In summertime, these regions are sunny almost all of the time, although they are still pretty cold.
In wintertime, they are dark almost all of the time and extremely cold.
Even though we've become progressively less hairy over the millennia, our bodies continue to respond to cold in the same way.
And despite the common conceptions of deserts as dry and hot, there are cold deserts as well.
They also have long, thick hair that insulates them during cold nights and protects them from hot sun during the day.
Cold wave lotion poisoning occurs from swallowing, breathing in, or touching cold wave lotion.
Paroxysmal cold hemoglobinuria only occurs in the cold, and affects mainly the hands and feet.
But its depths have boiled with intrigue, no more so than in the cold war.
Many of their provisions, devised in an era of cold-war suspicion, have never even been used.
By contrast, the end of the cold war was hardly devastating.
Of course that is cold comfort to the creditors who have lost money.
The surprising weakness was caused in part by unusually cold weather but it is not fully explained by it.
Their cold-war rivalry could have incinerated the planet and made the cinders bounce.
Those who campaigned against nuclear weapons during the cold war are unlikely to change their tune.
He hates the cold, and the thugs who recently beat him up.
When their predictions turn from cold snap to heat wave, say, it can play havoc with the forward price of gas.
These were supposed to unite together to oppose their cold-war rivals.
They have been dragooned out into the icy cold to slap new coats of paint on street signs and blocks of flats.
Let stand until cold, again screw covers, being sure this time that jars are air-tight.
Mash yolks, and add equal amount of cold cooked chicken or veal, finely chopped.
The darkest red part of the spot turns out to be a warm patch inside the otherwise cold storm.
Red wine won't overheat in the summer, and white wine won't get too cold when left in an ice bucket.
Still, there's a whiff of something cold and lazy-expensive about this setup.
The contraction also causes the hair to stand up whenever the body feels cold.
When you first go into extremely cold water there is this weird response called a cold shock response.
Scientists believe the lake could be home to cold-loving microbial life adapted to living in total darkness.
The cold, dry months of winter signal the start of flu season.
Some bacteria have adapted to super-cold environments for millions of years.
After a cold night in the spring, the cold surface water would frequently refreeze.
Her feet were cold, she was dehydrated, and her forehead was on fire.
Clouds are composed primarily of small water droplets and, if it's cold enough, ice crystals.
Our system is designed to pump large amounts of cold water to the surface of the ocean to create cold water thermoclines.
On the other hand, the body reduces heat-loss in cold surroundings by sweating less and reducing blood circulation to the skin.
Extreme heat and cold are both rare throughout the country.
And then, finally, the politicians wake up late one night in a cold sweat.
One of the three responded to a job ad, but the other two cold-called.
With the labor market turning a cold shoulder to new graduates, simply staying at home seems the only option.
That's probably because none of us needs a label turning blue to tell us our beer is cold.
According to the authors, cold remedies are notorious for being based in myth.
The clash of warm and cold air leads to the widespread precipitation the storms bring.
Unlike cold-blooded neck biters, these poster guys for animal magnetism are hot.
Police pinned down no suspects, and the case gradually went cold.
He felt shaky and bad, and the spring morning was cold.
While chicken stands, fill a large bowl three-fourths full with ice and cold water.
Rinse rice in a sieve under cold running water until water runs clear.
To keep the water in the pan from boiling, add a little cold water to it occasionally.
Drain and transfer to a bowl of cold water to stop cooking.
If you don't cool the hot side, the cold side will not stay cold.
The promise of thermoelectric materials has, it seems, run hot and cold over the decades.
As it cools, it absorbs heat from the water, making it cold enough to be used as the refrigerator.
But the presence of dust as such doesn't explain, why cold retroreflectors during lunar eclipse are working well.
Diesel fuel is required for the first several hours to get the machine up and running from a cold start.
The team also developed a way to stabilize the vaccine within the cartridges, eliminating the need for cold storage.
Cold windy places dont get much sunlight but they are suitable to use for wind generation.
Alas the engine wouldn't work nor was the beer cold.
The easiest way to do that would be by using a cold sintered ceramic deposition method.
Advanced civilizations trade their ascendant futures for bowls of cold pottage.
The snowy cold he knows to flee and every human exigency crackles as he plugs it in: every outlet works but one.
In cold cases the key to solving the crime is often an overlooked clue in the original file.
The copper would bead with condensation while you waited for the water to run cold enough.
As it turns out, though, his biggest problem is not the cold or lack of food.
Real-world friends, and even spouses, can be left in the cold.
His days would be spent in a tiny room kept cold by air-conditioning.
He could be warm and funny one minute and cold and detached the next.
Both films reflect the scientific and global realities of the cold war era.
For a long time schizophrenia was commonly blamed on cold mothers.
But the cold, short days of fall play havoc with leaf chemistry.
The slow drifting of the continents can open and close straits and seas, altering the pattern of warm and cold ocean currents.
The resultant steam runs a turbine, and cold water drawn up from deep in the ocean condenses the steam to start the cycle again.
Cold water was then poured onto me using a kettle or hose for between fifteen and thirty minutes.
It was at odds, he felt, with the issues facing the country after the cold war.
Afterward, there was a feeling of disappointment and false cheer as protesters milled about in the cold.
It would be a great thing if somebody in the household gets a cold.
Train the workforce about cold-induced illnesses and injuries.
And the appeal of a crackling fire on a cold night is undeniable.
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