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scald·ing

(skawld'ing),
A burning pain on urinating.

scald·ing

(skawld'ing)
In medical terms, burning pain experienced during urinating.

scalding

plunging of pig or poultry carcasses into very hot water to facilitate scraping and dehairing and plucking. Chicken scalding water is 130°F for broilers (larger birds higher) applied for 1 to 2 minutes. Modern pig abattoirs use steam at 144 to 147°F for about 3 minutes. This avoids overheating the carcasses.
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And if that wasn't enough to make Mackin sweat, temperatures are scaldingly hot Down Under.
Departing from the more traditionally toonlike figures in the "Kirikou" movies, graphic style here eschews definition lines altogether on the characters and limits shading so that figures' clothes appear as scaldingly bright fields of solid color in motion.
On April 13, the widow was found slumped over a hand basin in her room with scaldingly hot water still pouring onto the floor, an inquest heard.
So while there's much entertainment in the sing-song Oyrish dialogue and scaldingly funny situations, the play ultimately feels rather empty.
Glover's alternately ebullient and scaldingly sad performance shows us both the playful man who intoxicated the young Marta and the pathetic figure he later became.
not with a direct answer but with a long, slow and scaldingly self-knowing stare into the light.