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hot stage

The febrile stage in a malarial paroxysm.
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This hot stage light optical microscope, MSEIS, uses a small gold reflector optical furnace hot stage to heat samples to a maximum temperature of 1600[degrees]C at a maximum controlled heating rate of up to 1000[degrees]C/min.
Temperature control is critical, says Noone, because actors could easily get sick if they step out of cool water into an air conditioned theater under hot stage lights.
Peeling off layers under the hot stage lights Kanye changed into a T-shirt bearing his name.
Not only that, a popular opera can run for weeks and, under the hot stage lights for three hours a night, costumes can get a tad gamy.
With sizzling business partnerships and scorching hot stage success, a new generation of couples are emerging to keep Black love real in the new millennium.
A 4 mW He-Neon laser was passed through the sample held in a hot stage to control temperature.
The outdoor Jumpin' Hot stage has guests from noon which include Stax Academy Review, Vera van Heeringen Trio, Amythyst Kiah and the Earl Thomas band from California topping the bill.
On the outdoor Jumpin' Hot Stage the music kicks off at 12 noon with Rhona Dalling, talented daughter of Tim, famous for his exploits in The New Rope String Band, and runs through until Big Ray and the Hipthrusters.
Tenders are invited for Melting Point Apparatus Hot Stage
The samples were sandwiched between microscope cover slips, melted at 200[degrees]C for 5 min in a separate hot stage, and then rapidly moved to another hot stage which was equipped with the microscope and which was set to the crystallization temperature (130[degrees]C).