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July 19, 2011(1:49) Phillies Ace Roy Halladay had to leave Monday’s game early because of the heat.
20 Jul 2011
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It's summertime and he tries to cuddle you in the intense heat. You tell him not to. He doesn't listen, so you push him away.
14 Aug 2019
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I had the opportunity of standing right next to the runways of Naval Air Station, Oceana and NALF Fentress watching F-18s takeoff and practicing touch and goes, and it was an intense heat wave!!
2 Jan 2007
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The red hot quarter boils methanol, twice... A Discrepant Event is an event that defies eveything you already know. Email this one to a friend. Can you explain this anomaly? The explanantionThe intense heating allows the copper to mix with (or float up through) the nickel cladding. The sudden release of bubbles is likely an example of the "Leidenfrost" effect. The alcohol forms a vapour layer around the coin slowing the rate at which heat can escape. When the liquid stops boiling, the insulating vapour layer around the coin collapses and the coin-liquid contact is more efficient at transferring heat away from the metal. This results in a sudden rush of bubbles as the coin cools to below the boiling point of methanol. The collapse of the gas layer also reveals the new colour of the coin. This mimics an exothermic phase transition and is a dramatic way to illustrate how a physical (or chemical) change can result in a sudden release of energy.
16 Jun 2007
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I'm sorry England, but we are the best and f. the rest. The 1970 FIFA World Cup, the ninth staging of the World Cup, was held in Mexico, from May 31 to June 21. Mexico was chosen as hosts by FIFA in October 1964. The 1970 tournament was the first World Cup hosted in North America, and the first held outside South America and Europe. In a match-up of two-time World Cup champions, the final was won by Brazil, who beat Italy 4-1. With their third World Cup triumph, Brazil were allowed to keep the Jules Rimet Trophy permanently. The Brazilian team, featuring the likes of Pelé (who was in his fourth and final World Cup), Carlos Alberto, Clodoaldo, Gérson, Jairzinho, Rivelino, and Tostão, is usually regarded as the greatest attacking World Cup team ever. This tournament saw the return of free-flowing, attacking play after the physical battles of 1962 and 1966, and is still considered by many fans to be the finest World Cup in history.A total of 75 teams entered the qualifying tournament. Those who failed to qualify included France, Portugal, Hungary, Argentina and Spain. Meanwhile, Morocco became the first African nation to reach the World Cup finals since the Second World War.The 1970 World Cup is now remembered as a classic - but, as usual, the tournament was preceded by disputes over the organisation of the event. This World Cup was the first one to be televised in colour. However, to fit into the European viewing schedules, some matches kicked off at noon. This was an unpopular decision with many players and managers because of the intense heat in Mexico at that time of day.This victory consecrated the first tri-campeão (three-time champions) in football history. With this third win after 1958 and 1962, Brazil earned the right to retain the Jules Rimet Trophy permanently. (Ironically, it was stolen in 1983 while on display in Rio de Janeiro and never recovered.) Brazilian coach Mário Zagallo was the first footballer to become World Cup champion as a player (1958, 1962) and a coach, and Pelé ended his World Cup playing career as the first (and so far only) three-time winner. Brazilian right winger Jairzinho scored at least one goal in each of the six games that Brazil played (in the first game, against Czechoslovakia, he scored two), a feat which has never been repeated. However, the top scorer of the tournament was West Germany's Gerd Müller, with an impressive 10 goals in the competition. Müller incredibly scored hat-tricks in two consecutive games, against Bulgaria and Peru in the group stage.A Copa do Mundo FIFA de 1970, a nona edição do torneio, foi disputada no México, de 31 de maio até 21 de junho. O México foi escolhido como sede pela FIFA em outubro de 1964. O torneio de 1970 foi a primeira Copa do Mundo disputada na América do Norte, e a primeira disputada fora da América do Sul e da Europa. Num encontro de equipes que já haviam vencido a Copa duas vezes, a final foi vencida pelo Brasil, que bateu a Itália por 4 a 1. Isto significa que o Brasil se tornou a primeira equipe a ter o título de campeão mundial por três vezes e foi permitido a posse definitiva da Taça Jules Rimet. A seleção brasileira, que tinha Pelé (que estava em sua quarta e última Copa do Mundo), Carlos Alberto Torres, Clodoaldo, Gérson, Jairzinho, Rivellino e Tostão, é tida como uma das mais eficientes equipes na história das Copas. Neste torneio foi possível observar um retorno ao jogo solto e ofensivo em oposição às batalhas físicas das Copas de 1962 e 1966.Na final, o Brasil saiu na frente, com Pelé cabeceando um cruzamento de Rivellino no minuto 18. Roberto Boninsegna empatou para os italianos após falha da defesa brasileira. Gérson bateu um forte chute para o segundo gol, e ajudou na marcação do terceiro, com um lançamento de falta para Pelé que cabeceou para Jairzinho. Pelé finalizou sua grande performance saindo da marcação da defesa italiana e assistindo Carlos Alberto Torres no flanco direito para o gol derradeiro. O gol de Carlos Alberto, após uma série de passes da seleção brasileira da esquerda para o centro, é considerado um dos mais belos gols marcados na história do torneio. A vitória consagrou o Brasil como a primeira equipe a conquistar três títulos na história das Copas.Com sua terceira vitória após 1958 e 1962, o Brasil pôde reter a posse da Taça Jules Rimet permanentemente (ironicamente, ela seria roubada em 1983 enquanto estava em exposição no Rio de Janeiro e nunca foi recuperada). O técnico brasileiro Mário Jorge Lobo Zagallo foi o primeiro futebolista a se tornar campeão mundial como jogador (1958 e 1962) e como técnico, e Pelé encerrou sua carreira nas Copas do Mundo como o primeiro (e até agora único) vencedor por três vezes.Jairzinho marcou pelo menos um gol em cada dos seis jogos do Brasil (no primeiro jogo, contra a Tchecoslováquia, ele marcou dois), um feito que até agora não foi repetido.
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The 1970 FIFA World Cup, the ninth staging of the World Cup, was held in Mexico, from May 31 to June 21. Mexico was chosen as hosts by FIFA in October 1964. The 1970 tournament was the first World Cup hosted in North America, and the first held outside South America and Europe. In a match-up of two-time World Cup champions, the final was won by Brazil, who beat Italy 4-1. With their third World Cup triumph, Brazil were allowed to keep the Jules Rimet Trophy permanently. The Brazilian team, featuring the likes of Pelé (who was in his fourth and final World Cup), Carlos Alberto, Clodoaldo, Gérson, Jairzinho, Rivelino, and Tostão, is usually regarded as the greatest attacking World Cup team ever. This tournament saw the return of free-flowing, attacking play after the physical battles of 1962 and 1966, and is still considered by many fans to be the finest World Cup in history.A total of 75 teams entered the qualifying tournament. Those who failed to qualify included France, Portugal, Hungary, Argentina and Spain. Meanwhile, Morocco became the first African nation to reach the World Cup finals since the Second World War.The 1970 World Cup is now remembered as a classic - but, as usual, the tournament was preceded by disputes over the organisation of the event. This World Cup was the first one to be televised in colour. However, to fit into the European viewing schedules, some matches kicked off at noon. This was an unpopular decision with many players and managers because of the intense heat in Mexico at that time of day.This victory consecrated the first tri-campeão (three-time champions) in football history. With this third win after 1958 and 1962, Brazil earned the right to retain the Jules Rimet Trophy permanently. (Ironically, it was stolen in 1983 while on display in Rio de Janeiro and never recovered.) Brazilian coach Mário Zagallo was the first footballer to become World Cup champion as a player (1958, 1962) and a coach, and Pelé ended his World Cup playing career as the first (and so far only) three-time winner. Brazilian right winger Jairzinho scored at least one goal in each of the six games that Brazil played (in the first game, against Czechoslovakia, he scored two), a feat which has never been repeated. However, the top scorer of the tournament was West Germany's Gerd Müller, with an impressive 10 goals in the competition. Müller incredibly scored hat-tricks in two consecutive games, against Bulgaria and Peru in the group stage.A Copa do Mundo FIFA de 1970, a nona edição do torneio, foi disputada no México, de 31 de maio até 21 de junho. O México foi escolhido como sede pela FIFA em outubro de 1964. O torneio de 1970 foi a primeira Copa do Mundo disputada na América do Norte, e a primeira disputada fora da América do Sul e da Europa. Num encontro de equipes que já haviam vencido a Copa duas vezes, a final foi vencida pelo Brasil, que bateu a Itália por 4 a 1. Isto significa que o Brasil se tornou a primeira equipe a ter o título de campeão mundial por três vezes e foi permitido a posse definitiva da Taça Jules Rimet. A seleção brasileira, que tinha Pelé (que estava em sua quarta e última Copa do Mundo), Carlos Alberto Torres, Clodoaldo, Gérson, Jairzinho, Rivellino e Tostão, é tida como uma das mais eficientes equipes na história das Copas. Neste torneio foi possível observar um retorno ao jogo solto e ofensivo em oposição às batalhas físicas das Copas de 1962 e 1966.Na final, o Brasil saiu na frente, com Pelé cabeceando um cruzamento de Rivellino no minuto 18. Roberto Boninsegna empatou para os italianos após falha da defesa brasileira. Gérson bateu um forte chute para o segundo gol, e ajudou na marcação do terceiro, com um lançamento de falta para Pelé que cabeceou para Jairzinho. Pelé finalizou sua grande performance saindo da marcação da defesa italiana e assistindo Carlos Alberto Torres no flanco direito para o gol derradeiro. O gol de Carlos Alberto, após uma série de passes da seleção brasileira da esquerda para o centro, é considerado um dos mais belos gols marcados na história do torneio. A vitória consagrou o Brasil como a primeira equipe a conquistar três títulos na história das Copas.Com sua terceira vitória após 1958 e 1962, o Brasil pôde reter a posse da Taça Jules Rimet permanentemente (ironicamente, ela seria roubada em 1983 enquanto estava em exposição no Rio de Janeiro e nunca foi recuperada). O técnico brasileiro Mário Jorge Lobo Zagallo foi o primeiro futebolista a se tornar campeão mundial como jogador (1958 e 1962) e como técnico, e Pelé encerrou sua carreira nas Copas do Mundo como o primeiro (e até agora único) vencedor por três vezes.Jairzinho marcou pelo menos um gol em cada dos seis jogos do Brasil (no primeiro jogo, contra a Tchecoslováquia, ele marcou dois), um feito que até agora não foi repetido.
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The 1970 FIFA World Cup, the ninth staging of the World Cup, was held in Mexico, from May 31 to June 21. Mexico was chosen as hosts by FIFA in October 1964. The 1970 tournament was the first World Cup hosted in North America, and the first held outside South America and Europe. In a match-up of two-time World Cup champions, the final was won by Brazil, who beat Italy 4-1. With their third World Cup triumph, Brazil were allowed to keep the Jules Rimet Trophy permanently. The Brazilian team, featuring the likes of Pelé (who was in his fourth and final World Cup), Carlos Alberto, Clodoaldo, Gérson, Jairzinho, Rivelino, and Tostão, is usually regarded as the greatest attacking World Cup team ever. This tournament saw the return of free-flowing, attacking play after the physical battles of 1962 and 1966, and is still considered by many fans to be the finest World Cup in history.A total of 75 teams entered the qualifying tournament. Those who failed to qualify included France, Portugal, Hungary, Argentina and Spain. Meanwhile, Morocco became the first African nation to reach the World Cup finals since the Second World War.The 1970 World Cup is now remembered as a classic - but, as usual, the tournament was preceded by disputes over the organisation of the event. This World Cup was the first one to be televised in colour. However, to fit into the European viewing schedules, some matches kicked off at noon. This was an unpopular decision with many players and managers because of the intense heat in Mexico at that time of day.This victory consecrated the first tri-campeão (three-time champions) in football history. With this third win after 1958 and 1962, Brazil earned the right to retain the Jules Rimet Trophy permanently. (Ironically, it was stolen in 1983 while on display in Rio de Janeiro and never recovered.) Brazilian coach Mário Zagallo was the first footballer to become World Cup champion as a player (1958, 1962) and a coach, and Pelé ended his World Cup playing career as the first (and so far only) three-time winner. Brazilian right winger Jairzinho scored at least one goal in each of the six games that Brazil played (in the first game, against Czechoslovakia, he scored two), a feat which has never been repeated. However, the top scorer of the tournament was West Germany's Gerd Müller, with an impressive 10 goals in the competition. Müller incredibly scored hat-tricks in two consecutive games, against Bulgaria and Peru in the group stage.A Copa do Mundo FIFA de 1970, a nona edição do torneio, foi disputada no México, de 31 de maio até 21 de junho. O México foi escolhido como sede pela FIFA em outubro de 1964. O torneio de 1970 foi a primeira Copa do Mundo disputada na América do Norte, e a primeira disputada fora da América do Sul e da Europa. Num encontro de equipes que já haviam vencido a Copa duas vezes, a final foi vencida pelo Brasil, que bateu a Itália por 4 a 1. Isto significa que o Brasil se tornou a primeira equipe a ter o título de campeão mundial por três vezes e foi permitido a posse definitiva da Taça Jules Rimet. A seleção brasileira, que tinha Pelé (que estava em sua quarta e última Copa do Mundo), Carlos Alberto Torres, Clodoaldo, Gérson, Jairzinho, Rivellino e Tostão, é tida como uma das mais eficientes equipes na história das Copas. Neste torneio foi possível observar um retorno ao jogo solto e ofensivo em oposição às batalhas físicas das Copas de 1962 e 1966.Na final, o Brasil saiu na frente, com Pelé cabeceando um cruzamento de Rivellino no minuto 18. Roberto Boninsegna empatou para os italianos após falha da defesa brasileira. Gérson bateu um forte chute para o segundo gol, e ajudou na marcação do terceiro, com um lançamento de falta para Pelé que cabeceou para Jairzinho. Pelé finalizou sua grande performance saindo da marcação da defesa italiana e assistindo Carlos Alberto Torres no flanco direito para o gol derradeiro. O gol de Carlos Alberto, após uma série de passes da seleção brasileira da esquerda para o centro, é considerado um dos mais belos gols marcados na história do torneio. A vitória consagrou o Brasil como a primeira equipe a conquistar três títulos na história das Copas.Com sua terceira vitória após 1958 e 1962, o Brasil pôde reter a posse da Taça Jules Rimet permanentemente (ironicamente, ela seria roubada em 1983 enquanto estava em exposição no Rio de Janeiro e nunca foi recuperada). O técnico brasileiro Mário Jorge Lobo Zagallo foi o primeiro futebolista a se tornar campeão mundial como jogador (1958 e 1962) e como técnico, e Pelé encerrou sua carreira nas Copas do Mundo como o primeiro (e até agora único) vencedor por três vezes.Jairzinho marcou pelo menos um gol em cada dos seis jogos do Brasil (no primeiro jogo, contra a Tchecoslováquia, ele marcou dois), um feito que até agora não foi repetido.
2 Dec 2008
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The 1970 FIFA World Cup, the ninth staging of the World Cup, was held in Mexico, from May 31 to June 21. Mexico was chosen as hosts by FIFA in October 1964. The 1970 tournament was the first World Cup hosted in North America, and the first held outside South America and Europe. In a match-up of two-time World Cup champions, the final was won by Brazil, who beat Italy 4-1. With their third World Cup triumph, Brazil were allowed to keep the Jules Rimet Trophy permanently. The Brazilian team, featuring the likes of Pelé (who was in his fourth and final World Cup), Carlos Alberto, Clodoaldo, Gérson, Jairzinho, Rivelino, and Tostão, is usually regarded as the greatest attacking World Cup team ever. This tournament saw the return of free-flowing, attacking play after the physical battles of 1962 and 1966, and is still considered by many fans to be the finest World Cup in history.A total of 75 teams entered the qualifying tournament. Those who failed to qualify included France, Portugal, Hungary, Argentina and Spain. Meanwhile, Morocco became the first African nation to reach the World Cup finals since the Second World War.The 1970 World Cup is now remembered as a classic - but, as usual, the tournament was preceded by disputes over the organisation of the event. This World Cup was the first one to be televised in colour. However, to fit into the European viewing schedules, some matches kicked off at noon. This was an unpopular decision with many players and managers because of the intense heat in Mexico at that time of day.This victory consecrated the first tri-campeão (three-time champions) in football history. With this third win after 1958 and 1962, Brazil earned the right to retain the Jules Rimet Trophy permanently. (Ironically, it was stolen in 1983 while on display in Rio de Janeiro and never recovered.) Brazilian coach Mário Zagallo was the first footballer to become World Cup champion as a player (1958, 1962) and a coach, and Pelé ended his World Cup playing career as the first (and so far only) three-time winner. Brazilian right winger Jairzinho scored at least one goal in each of the six games that Brazil played (in the first game, against Czechoslovakia, he scored two), a feat which has never been repeated. However, the top scorer of the tournament was West Germany's Gerd Müller, with an impressive 10 goals in the competition. Müller incredibly scored hat-tricks in two consecutive games, against Bulgaria and Peru in the group stage.A Copa do Mundo FIFA de 1970, a nona edição do torneio, foi disputada no México, de 31 de maio até 21 de junho. O México foi escolhido como sede pela FIFA em outubro de 1964. O torneio de 1970 foi a primeira Copa do Mundo disputada na América do Norte, e a primeira disputada fora da América do Sul e da Europa. Num encontro de equipes que já haviam vencido a Copa duas vezes, a final foi vencida pelo Brasil, que bateu a Itália por 4 a 1. Isto significa que o Brasil se tornou a primeira equipe a ter o título de campeão mundial por três vezes e foi permitido a posse definitiva da Taça Jules Rimet. A seleção brasileira, que tinha Pelé (que estava em sua quarta e última Copa do Mundo), Carlos Alberto Torres, Clodoaldo, Gérson, Jairzinho, Rivellino e Tostão, é tida como uma das mais eficientes equipes na história das Copas. Neste torneio foi possível observar um retorno ao jogo solto e ofensivo em oposição às batalhas físicas das Copas de 1962 e 1966.Na final, o Brasil saiu na frente, com Pelé cabeceando um cruzamento de Rivellino no minuto 18. Roberto Boninsegna empatou para os italianos após falha da defesa brasileira. Gérson bateu um forte chute para o segundo gol, e ajudou na marcação do terceiro, com um lançamento de falta para Pelé que cabeceou para Jairzinho. Pelé finalizou sua grande performance saindo da marcação da defesa italiana e assistindo Carlos Alberto Torres no flanco direito para o gol derradeiro. O gol de Carlos Alberto, após uma série de passes da seleção brasileira da esquerda para o centro, é considerado um dos mais belos gols marcados na história do torneio. A vitória consagrou o Brasil como a primeira equipe a conquistar três títulos na história das Copas.Com sua terceira vitória após 1958 e 1962, o Brasil pôde reter a posse da Taça Jules Rimet permanentemente (ironicamente, ela seria roubada em 1983 enquanto estava em exposição no Rio de Janeiro e nunca foi recuperada). O técnico brasileiro Mário Jorge Lobo Zagallo foi o primeiro futebolista a se tornar campeão mundial como jogador (1958 e 1962) e como técnico, e Pelé encerrou sua carreira nas Copas do Mundo como o primeiro (e até agora único) vencedor por três vezes.Jairzinho marcou pelo menos um gol em cada dos seis jogos do Brasil (no primeiro jogo, contra a Tchecoslováquia, ele marcou dois), um feito que até agora não foi repetido.
3 Dec 2008
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IPL emits focused, incoherent and broad spectrum light which can travel through the tissue of the skin until it strikes the hair shafts or the bulb (root) of the hair. The bulb is usually where the highest concentration of melanin is located, as opposed to the rest of the hair shaft .When the light strikes the dark-colored melanin, the light is converted to heat energy. The bulb and most of the hair shaft is instantly vaporized. The intense heat radiated by the hair also destroys the hair-producing papilla or the entire hair follicle.In this way, permanent hair removal can be achieved. Intense pulsed light can also strike the abnormal pigment. The heat energy is absorbed by the pigment which is destroyed to minor granule. The minor granule is absorbed by Macrophage. In this way, freckles, sun damage induced and age spot are removed. IPL can also accelerate the growing speed of collagen, enhance skin elasticity, removal wrinkle, improve skin tone and texture. for more info...pls contact Harry Cao Email: harry.sincoherengmail**** MSN: cys.7777hotmail**** Yahoo:harrychaothebest Mobile:0086 13810279434 TEL: 86-10-62244561 FAX: 86-10-62228072 New Web www.sincoherenipl****
8 Dec 2008
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For the past 1,400 years or so the town of Shingu has been host to one of Japan's oldest festivals, the Otou Matsuri, an event that starts innocent enough in costume and ritual, but finishes at the top of a mountain shrine named Kamikura Jinja (Kamikura Shrine) where boy becomes man and man becomes boy, as fire meets soul, and the intense flames of our forefathers rekindle the collective male primordial tinder, humbling both young and old in the presence of the Immortal Face, and its blank stare of infinity. In real-world terms, in order to participate in the festival one must be male and willing to be subjected to intense heat, violence, and other life-threatening challenges, and most importantly allow oneself to let go of modern logic and convention and to put tremendous trust in his fellow man, yet at the same time ready to fight him for your own survival. I took my son Kai (age 5) but I saw children as young as two! In this sense its a rite to passage, and for grown men, a rebirth. The fabric in which Japanese society is woven is of strands of the staid and the insane, in patterns that on the surface seem as smooth and sophisticated as kimono silk, but take another look, a closer look. There are strands hidden from the naked eye, and they are of a different, sometimes strange and primitive cloth. Festivals like this reveal Japan's true cultural tapestry, allowing us to sometimes see the rough backing of the fabric, the crude primary treads that hold the more orderly embroidery in place. This is the Japan I lust for. Having joined this festival simply reminded me of this desire. Thank you Okada-san for inviting us. I will never forget this exerience, nor shall my son.
9 Feb 2009
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Far infrared saunas get their heat from an infrared band of energy within the electromagnetic spectrum. This invisible band of light is able to penetrate the body and provide soothing warmth. Unlike traditional saunas which use a heat source to heat the sauna itself, the far infrared method of heating does not heat the air, but rather directly heats objects within the sauna. This is beneficial in that far infrared saunas provide all of the benefits of traditional wet and dry saunas without subjecting your respiratory system to their intense heat.
13 Feb 2009
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Each Oak Leaf Bottle Opener is hand-made from a single piece of steel using century-old anvils, custom-made iron-working tools, and the intense heat of a coal forge. Every twist and turn of the metal was worked by hand to create a functional bottle opener simply brimming with character. Available here: *******www.vat19****/dvds/oak-leaf-bottle-opener.cfm?adid=youtube
25 Aug 2009
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