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dry heat

Heat that has no moisture. It may take the form of a hot dry pack, hot water bottle, electric light bath, heliotherapy, hot bricks, resistance coil, electric pad or blanket, hot air bath, or therapeutic lamp.
See also: heat
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of walleye, cooked with dry heat, also contains 20.9 g of protein and 101 calories.
Dry heat sterilization can also be performed on items that are less sensitive to heat or potentially compromised by water.
The new DHC-6T dry heat transdermal diffusion cell system has many advances and cost saving features.
Autoclave tape and dry heat sterilizer strips work by changing colors when exposed to a certain temperature (and pressure for the autoclave tape) for a certain amount of time.
Two counts of graft and malversation were also filed against Binay and 10 other persons for the overpriced purchase in 2000 of three units of Kwiklave Electronic Dry Heat Autoclave Sterilizer and two units of Auto Dry Heat Sterilizer worth P8,830,000 from Apollo Medical Equipment without any public bidding.
None of us were happy in the dry heat of the sauna.
Helping to make the pressing dry heat, A little easier to bear.
According to a report by HSBC Holdings (LSE: HSBA), 'Dry Heat: India at risk of poor rains,' a full-blown drought in 2014-15 could lower GDP growth by up to 0.5 percentage point (ppt).
atrophaeus for ethylene oxide and dry heat sterilizations.
ElvaJet(r) Alpha inks can be applied directly onto virtually any polyester textile, being fixed only with dry heat.
The alternate method entails the application of dry heat to eliminate pests, no matter how heavy their infestation, claimed James Nicholson, General Manager of Rentokil, the UK-based pest control company promoting the innovative treatment.