Fahrenheit


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Fahr·en·heit (F),

(far'ĕn-hīt),
Gabriel D., German-Dutch physicist, 1686-1736. See: Fahrenheit scale.
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In 2004 he was awarded the Palme d'Or at Cannes for Fahrenheit 9/11, which strongly criticized former US President George W.
The statement also pointed out that out of the 139 supposed victims, the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) got only nine complainants, who were not workers directly involved with Fahrenheit, but students fulfilling their internship training.
A 2016 "State of the Climate" report by the bureau found that average surface air and sea temperatures had risen by about 1 degree Celsius (about 1.8 degrees Fahrenheit) since 1910, and that "the duration, frequency and intensity of extreme heat events" had increased.
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Fahrenheit in Middlesbrough has been running for a few years now but last month moved to new premises on corner of Wilson Street and Dundas Street.
Egyptian summers are usually hot, but temperatures this week soared to 46 degrees Celsius (114 degrees Fahrenheit) in the country's south.
The first, fixed heat detection, alarms when the temperature reaches 135 degrees Fahrenheit. The second measures rate of rise (ROR), alarming if the temperature increases at a rate of 15 degrees per minute from a starting temperature of 105 degrees Fahrenheit.
The temperature in Death Valley can sometimes reach up to 134 degrees Fahrenheit.
Scientists had expected that the planet, which endures temperature variations from 800 degrees Fahrenheit by day to minus 300 degrees Fahrenheit by night, would have few remaining volatile elements such as chlorine, potassium and sulfur.
That was made by Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit, who invented the mercury ther mometer, and was given a PS100,000 price tag in 2012.