blood heat


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blood heat

n.
The normal temperature (about 37.0°C or 98.6°F) of human blood.
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Slowly at first, but then with increasing speed and ferocity, I started to feel my blood heat towards boiling point.
Remember, the magic temperature number for handwashing is 37 degrees Celsius (also known as blood heat water).
Only then will their desire for revenge move up to blood heat.
The thermometer, in about 48 hours, fell from 85 degrees (blood heat) to 58 and a great quantity of rain has fallen, the first since the beginning of June.