Recent Examples of heater from the Web
Gary Swanson, president of Thermotion, which makes autmotive heater control valves, joined last year's trip to Europe with help from a state grant.
The photo is of a moonshine still disguised as a water heater in Jackson Mississippi in 1968.
Hit in the hip by a 98 mph heater, Harper charged the mound, flung his helmet and traded punches to the head with Strickland.
SAN FRANCISCO -- Drilled in the hip by a heater, Bryce Harper knew where this was headed.
Exceptional features include walls of windows capturing incredible views, custom drapes, hardwood floors, tankless water heater, split bedroom layout, and newly installed double paned windows throughout.
From Us In March, an electrician on a service call at a public restroom in Usuki, Japan, discovered a crawlspace above the urinal area, which had apparently been a man’s home (with a space heater, gas stove and clothing).
Sleeping next to someone is like sleeping next to a space heater and/or rampant fire.
Expand this model to include anything that uses electricity and doesn't need to be maintained at a constant demand level to get the job done – such as water heaters, fans, thermostats, and the huge banks of lights in warehouses and malls.
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First Known Use of heater
HEATER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of heater for English Language Learners
: a machine that heats water or air
HEATER Defined for Kids
Definition of heater for Students
: a device for heating
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