condensation sätze

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Condensation sätze (in englisch)

1. Condensation on the inside of.
2. It was merely the condensation of the man.
3. The windows were clouded with condensation.
4. Slimy moss and condensation covered the walls.
5. Condensation started to form on Kenichi’s mask.
6. The window frames are held together by condensation.
7. That could have caused excessive condensation buildup.

8. The zen koan is a condensation of one quoted in Hofstadter.
9. I could make something to collect the condensation, I’m sure.
10. Cosette was a condensation of the auroral light in the form of a woman.
11. The plastic cools more quickly than the air, causing heavy condensation.
12. There is a cloud sitting on the earth, condensation runs down the window.
13. They formed on the lid in a process known as condensation because the lid was cool.
14. He let his face fall on the cold window laced with condensation, and started licking.
15. I tilted my head, watching the condensation from my hot breath fill the air around me.
16. These surfaces would thereby be at least partially insulated from the steam condensation.
17. The inside is dry so no condensation takes place, and the outside is sealed against bacteria.
18. He exhaled into the receiver’s mouthpiece, left a fine mist of condensation on the plastic.
19. The lack of light and the condensation streams from their breathing only enhanced the effect.
20. His gaze was returned from a face in obscure profile, ringed with a moist halo of condensation.
21. Arrange the bag on a slight slope to encourage condensation to run down to the collecting point.
22. Even cut vegetation will produce some condensation as it warms up when placed in a large plastic bag.
23. Let us consider its effect on the swimming of the clouds and the condensation which causes rainfall.
24. Let’s consider its effect on the clouds’ swimming and condensation then on causing the rainfall.
25. I could swear I saw a glass of water on the stool, droplets of condensation dribbling down its sides.
26. Within seconds of sealing the bag he felt the condensation forming inside and the air becoming stuffy.
27. He had just about as much business doing so as the disinterested droplets of condensation on his glass.
28. Torrey, John, on the condensation of carbonic, sulphurous and chloro-chromic acid gases, xxxv, 374; xxxvi, 394.
29. When the condensation blew off, Claire could clearly see that the freezer was packed to the brim with body parts.
30. She was breathing hard after running, and she had to clear the condensation from the glass twice while she waited.
31. The puffs then became trails of smoke climbing fast in the sky, heading towards the four approaching condensation trails.
32. I toweled myself off with one of Yuki’s giant terry cloth bath jobbies and then I wiped the condensation off the mirror.
33. As he was about to return to the warmth of the embassy, a high altitude condensation trail in the sky attracted his attention.
34. In the morning, the walls of my tent were covered with swirls of frost, condensation from my breath that had frozen in the night.
35. Condensation drew lines on the fogged parts of the glass, and beyond these lines, birds floated in a clearing sky, the gulls of Jamaica.
36. The overweight man snored loudly as he slept curled to the window, his hard outward breaths caused condensation against the pane of glass.
37. Erik nodded once, then pointed at two condensation trails high in the sky: the trails were now curving towards the East and the Iran Air flight.
38. In the English apparatus, the gases are both in one reservoir, and they are propelled by their own elasticity, after condensation, by a syringe.
39. Beside her a table was set with simple stoneware, steel cutlery, and crystal pitchers glittering with condensation from their magically maintained chill.
40. Missing Sophie, wondering, Jacob had a shower so hot his skin roared red and he had to wipe patches through the mirror condensation to shave, every stroke.
41. She moved her empty glass aimlessly back and forth across the table in front of her, staring blindly at the wet circle of condensation as it stretched and lengthened.
42. He reconsidered one final time as he waited in the phone boom at the southeast corner of 54th Street and Sixth Avenue and stared at the condensation on the glass panes.
43. Staring very hard at the droplets of condensation gathering on his glass, and following them as they trickled down into a little pool on his coaster, was his manner of protest.
44. It refers to the sun’s vaporization of the sea water, the wind’s driving to the clouds, the clouds’ gathering in the sky then their condensation to cause the rain falling.
45. I’d tried to roll the window down as the car had steamed up and we could barely see where we were going but it was jammed and wiping the condensation from the inside had nil effect.
46. At night condensation of any moisture in the air can make some water available—and in the Namib desert of southern Africa fog coming in from the sea often provides moisture for life.
47. But if you had to come back six months later to change it, or if someone else wrote the program and you had to modify that single statement condensation, I’m sure you wouldn’t be too pleased.
48. Outer garments should be windproof, with a close enough weave to prevent snow compacting, but porous enough to allow water vapour to escape—NOT waterproof, which could create condensation inside.
49. The utter darkness had been replaced by a dense, brownish fog which completely engulfed the ship, and for some time, they could see nothing but the rolling clouds which left oily drops of condensation on the windows.
50. A light dusting of frost, like an icy spider web, had been frozen along one edge of the objective lens, despite how careful he’d been not to expose it to the sort of temperature shifts that produced condensation in even the best-sealed spyglasses.
51. Elsewhere, in such deserts as those of Western Australia, northern Mexico and the Mohave of the southwestern USA, where the temperature changes are comparatively slight, there is very little condensation and consequently both plants and game are very rare.
52. In the first place, considering the Earth’s present water cycles, we know that the amount of water on the surface of the planet, in relationship to exposed land masses, is sufficient to provide us with a water cycle in which we have evaporation, condensation and precipitation all over the globe.
53. We have to accept that in conditions where there was not enough water available to produce a water cycle in the form of rain or having evaporation, condensation and precipitation around the globe, much of the water that we see in the oceans today, must have come from somewhere else – otherwise it would have resulted in rain.
54. In 1669, Savary, availing himself of the suggestion, and pursuing the subject more scientifically, invented his engine, consisting of an apparatus to cause a vacuum by the condensation of steam, so that the water to be raised would thereupon, by the external weight of the atmosphere, rise into the chamber of the apparatus, which the steam had occupied.
55. The various colours significant of various degrees of vitality (white, yellow, crimson, vermilion, cinnabar): their degrees of brilliancy: their magnitudes revealed up to and including the 7th: their positions: the waggoner's star: Walsingham way: the chariot of David: the annular cinctures of Saturn: the condensation of spiral nebulae into suns: the interdependent gyrations of double suns: the independent synchronous discoveries of Galileo, Simon Marius, Piazzi, Le Verrier, Herschel, Galle: the systematisations attempted by Bode and Kepler of cubes of distances and squares of times of revolution: the almost infinite compressibility of hirsute comets and their vast elliptical egressive and reentrant orbits from perihelion to aphelion: the sidereal origin of meteoric stones: the Libyan floods on Mars about the period of the birth of the younger astroscopist: the annual recurrence of meteoric showers about the period of the feast of S.
56. Wiping condensation from the window,.
57. This subtler astronomic orb than sun or moon, than Jupiter, Venus, Mars, This condensation of the universe, (nay here the only universe,.

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