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Two dry rodent droppings in thermometer storage box on the shelving unit near juice prep area.
For the most accurate grilling, set an oven thermometer on the grill grates — grill temperatures hovering at 375 to 425 degrees yield very nice results for most quick-cooking foods.
By the time the meet was over, car thermometers read well into the triple digits.
Continue to roast chicken until a thermometer inserted into the thickest part of the breast reaches 165 degrees — appx.
Kurt’s a comedian, so the purpose of this trip was being paid to stand on stage in London and take the temperature of British people’s crotches with a laser thermometer.
One student kneels in the water with a thermometer, another gauges the current with a flow meter, a third measures the water’s oxygen content.
The Miss Dessert signature yoji nectar ($5.99) — a blend of coconut, mango and grapefruit with little pearls of sticky rice — is a refreshing favorite that will become even more so when the thermometer hits 120.
In 1934, however, the official thermometer was on campus at the University of Chicago, close to the cooling breezes of Lake Michigan.
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THERMOMETER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of thermometer for English Language Learners
: an instrument used for measuring temperature
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