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warm

providing a sensation of approximately body heat.

warm water blanket
a device containing circulating warm water; used to apply heat in the prevention or treatment of hypothermia.
warm receptors
are not specifically identifiable but a given temperature receptor will respond to warm or cold stimuli but not both.
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It acknowledged that a contributing factor is "the long-term warming trend, which has been linked to increases in greenhouse gases.
In fact, the Bush administration has long accepted global warming as fact, and media reports are invariably skewed in favor of the most sensationalistic of global-warming scare scenarios.
But according to scientists onboard the Healy, sea ice is melting due to global warming (see SW 10/9/06).
Holzapfel and Bradshaw's mosquitoes were one of the first organisms in which scientists observed genetic changes that might be attributed to global warming.
But for residents of the Santa Clarita Valley, the effects of the little-understood global warming phenomenon on the distant delta could determine their water supply and the area's potential for growth.
The only holdouts are ornery varmints like the folks at The Wall Street Journal editorial page who cheekily continue to publish iconoclastic op-ed pieces by professors from MIT warning that there is in fact no scientific consensus on global warming.
Is global warming really happening on a scale beyond that of pre-industrial climate change?
Sheila Watt-Cloutier, president of the Inuit Circumpolar Conference, testified before the Senate Commerce Committee hearing on global warming on August 15, 2004.
Warming up my feet is the most important thing for me to do every day.
2] and other greenhouse gases has contributed to a warming trend during the last century.
For the whole Arctic, the ACIA projects additional warming of 4-7[degrees]C over the next century.