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sooner would I dwell for ever in your darkest cell, than lose the love of those warm, trusting hearts.
And to the stern King his home seemed more desolate and sad; for he missed the warm light, the happy flowers, and, more than all, the gay voice and bright face of little Violet.
At length a warm wind swept through the gardens, and the mist-clouds passed away, while in silent wonder looked the Frost-King and the Elves upon the scene before them.
Climate scientist Richard Seager of Columbia University, writing in the July-August issue of American Scientist, noted instead that Europe, especially the westernmost parts of Europe, enjoy a maritime climate because the ocean warms and cools slowly, moderating temperatures of nearby landmasses.
Therefore, says Sturm, changing from grasses to shrubs could actually increase the atmospheric concentration of carbon dioxide, causing the world to warm even quicker.
Even if you're as limber as Gumby, you need to warm up.
Great Lakes and Hudson Bay area can be too warm by 5 degrees Celsius in winter, while the Southwest is too cold by 5 degrees in winter.
the pioneer in diffusion filters that allow photographers to fine-tune color balance at capture, today announced the ExpoDisc Digital Warm Balance Filter.
El Nino helped warm Earth last year and early this year, but conditions in the tropical Pacific cooled off rapidly in June, says Thomas R.
Specifically, scientists say, overall sea levels could rise up to three feet because of melting glaciers and water's natural expansion as it warms.
com CEO Alan Warms as a featured speaker for its 11th annual conference, to be held in Prague Oct.
queried: "Whatever happened to the countless research papers published in the last ten years in peer-reviewed journals that show that temperatures were generally higher during the Medieval Warm Period than today, that solar variability is most likely to be the key driver of any significant climate change and that the methods used in climate modeling are highly questionable?
Although temperatures above ground almost always remain below freezing, the outdoor air often warms enough to jeopardize the cores.