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We were beginning literally to die of heat, hunger and thirst.
By this excess of heat it obtains a larger distention, and inflates the balloon more.
The descent, of course, is effected by lowering the heat of the cylinder, and letting the temperature abate.
A calorifere to produce the changes of temperature, and a cylinder to generate the heat, are neither inconvenient nor heavy.
It would be better to die walking that to be killed slowly by heat and thirst in this dreadful hole.
With the moon we marched again, feeling dreadfully exhausted, and suffering tortures from thirst and prickly heat.
Because the heat and cold would be equalized on our globe.
But this heat, which is sufficient to evaporate the waters, would have formed a thick ring of cloud, which would have modified that excessive temperature; hence the compensation between the cold of the aphelion and the heat of the perihelion.
It is these atoms which, by their vibratory motion, produce both light and heat in the universe.
Her movements were delicate, safe, and swift, and though her face was wan with fatigue and exhausting heat, there was no slackening in her pace.
The long summer day waned, hut not the heat, and under the raw flare of electric light the work went on.
Chief Inspector Heat had had a disagreeably busy day since his department received the first telegram from Greenwich a little before eleven in the morning.
But the high official, carried away by his sense of the fitness of things, had smiled, and now the recollection of that smile was very annoying to Chief Inspector Heat, principal expert in anarchist procedure.
Furthermore, Chief Inspector Heat was conscious of not having mended matters by allowing himself to express a conviction.
And since breakfast Chief Inspector Heat had not managed to get anything to eat.