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tepid

moderately warm to the touch.

tepid

(tĕp′ĭd) [L. tepidus, lukewarm]
Slightly warm; lukewarm.
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Read the case study to learn how Keltech's patented tepid water (80x F) temperature control process met OSHA standards with an ANSI Z358.
REJUVENATE dormant fuchsias that are in the greenhouse by lightly dampening the compost and spraying the bare stems with tepid water.
The researchers then offered rats either tepid white tea or water as their only liquid for 8 weeks.
One reason is that he is a believing Christian, one who felt compelled to leave a tepid Anglicanism for Eastern-rite Orthodoxy.
Condominium conversions have seen tepid sales in many regions of the country, a trend many experts attribute to a dramatic change in the marketplace in late 2005.
No matter which vehicle you choose, you always feel weightless taking corners, and without a little tyre burning or bustle with other racers, the action feels a bit tepid.
The drop in the index comes as gasoline prices run high, interest rates creep up and the home sales market grows tepid.
Erin Hamilton's tepid house cover of Kiki Dee's "I Got the Music in Me" and American Idol Jim Verraros's embarrassing "I Want You" threaten to sink the whole boat.
Long, long, long on exposition (voice-overs, acting-dancing doubles, singing, et cetera) and short on kinetic interest, the work incorporates a banal script by John Gould Rubin, not-bad songs and music by Phillip Johnston and the rappers Public Enemy, among others, some tepid yet hideous decor and video via David Salle, and a veritable dog's dinner of dance forms These include a traditional ballet blanc, an Indian number (weirdly akin to the "Coffee" variation in The Nutcracker), hip-hop, techno-modernism, and some Eurotrashy ballet-as-aggression.
Leasing velocity was tepid - as has become the norm - in Midtown South last month.
Unfortunately, instead of problematizing his own referential acts, Tansey trots out tepid ambiguities and visual sophistries.
While growth in WCDMA remains tepid in the short term, we remain confident in its longer-term growth and potential to slowly displace GSM, because of the large percentage of mobile service providers that have committed to WCDMA technology and the expectation of increased subscriber adoption as handset prices drop in the future," said Collins.