[ UK /θˈɜːmə‍li/ ]
  1. by means of heat or with respect to thermal properties
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How To Use thermally In A Sentence

  • Geologically the axes from the New Guinea Highlands comprise thermally metamorphosed basalt, chert and greywacke depending on quarry source.
  • Feldspar has been hydrothermally altered by a fluorine-rich water vapor to quartz, mica (usually lithian), topaz and/or tourmaline with fluorite, cassiterite, molybdenite, rutile, and wolframite as typical accessory minerals.
  • Current estimates show 400,000 U.S. families breathing easy in geothermally heated homes by 2000.
  • The majority of shelf stable foods are thermally processed after being placed in the final container.
  • This site can only be compared with one other known high-altitude geothermally-influenced ice-free area near the summit of Mount Erebus. Maudlandia Antarctic desert
  • Charles David Smith Pipes sunk 300 feet allow fluid to circulate underground, permitting the house to be entirely heated and cooled geothermally. Homes Gone Green
  • The waters are not chlorinated and they are geothermally heated.
  • As hydrogen bonds are thermally labile a rise in T reduces the number of bonds and causes eventual phase separation.
  • Turbulence within the thermocline of two thermally stratified lakes - Lake Biwa, Japan, and Lake Kinneret, Israel - was investigated using a portable flux profiler.
  • One study thermally characterized the reactive hyperemic response of healthy skin.
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