Similar words: revolving, delve, velvet, themselves, kelp, likely, skeleton, unlikely. Meaning: ['kelvɪn] n. 1. the basic unit of thermodynamic temperature adopted under the Systeme International d'Unites 2. British physicist who invented the Kelvin scale of temperature and pioneered undersea telegraphy (1824-1907).
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1. City spokesman Kelvin McNeill said police plan to schedule an appointment with the parents, each of whom has a separate attorney.
2. Wigan team-mate Kelvin Skerrett, who did the same, received a severe reprimand.
3. One who held to this view was Lord Kelvin himself.
4. With regular centre-forward Kelvin Simple taking over duties in goal, the City Reserves had only four players left on the park.
5. The siphon recorder, adapted by Lord Kelvin from the Gauss/Weber mirror galvanometer.
6. The Museum of Transport is housed in the Kelvin Hall and subsequent investigation revealed that 3 cars were infested.
7. In his presentation of the theorem, Kelvin omitted many details.
8. Then the curse of Kelvin strikes.
9. In the westerly region, the atmospheric Kelvin wave damps.
10. Contact Kelvin King, Meet Director, for further details.
11. Susan Storm: Johnny , you were at 4,000 Kelvin . Any hotter, and you are approaching supernova.
12. Kelvin Lau is the regional economist at Standard Chartered Bank Hong Kong.
13. Kelvin of thermodynamic temperature unit is consists of 4 dimensional space , minus 4 dimensional time and an coefficient of 22.77 , its physical expression has upgraded into.
14. The Kelvin cooling time for the Earth is then about 30,000 years.
15. Jessica went bananas when she discovered Kelvin had left her chicken wings burning on the barbeque.
16. Marie looked a little shocked when Lord Kelvin said that.
17. Such as kilogram of mass unit , Kelvin of thermodynamic temperature , Joule of energy unit , Ampere of electric current intensity and Newton of force unit and so on?
18. The Kelvin solution to the static linear elastic problem is used as the weighted function to derive the boundary integral equation for steady-state vibration problems.
19. Weisbrod collected Steve Francis , Cuttino Mobley and Kelvin Cato in the deal.
20. The accretion phenomenon was firstly discussed by Kelvin et al. on the 19 th.
21. Have introduced Maxwell model and Kelvin model in the classical model of viscoplasticity theory.
22. We will find out why Kelvin died at age 42.
23. But the measurements show that these differences are small, for example only a few Kelvin at the tropopause.
24. It was Sutton's chance for revenge on his old foe Kelvin Mackenzie.
25. His main rival at the Express was another young rising star, Kelvin Mackenzie, who handled news.
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26. "To get the noctilucent clouds you need temperatures that are about 20 degrees Kelvin colder than what we see on average up there," Wickwar said.
27. The reference points are water freezing or boiling, and the interpolation is linear and then that morphed into the Kelvin scale as we're going to see later.
28. "Radio has no future. Heavier-than-air flying machines are impossible. X-rays will prove to be a hoax." — William Thomson, Lord Kelvin, British scientist, 1899.
29. All right, next time we're going to talk about a much better scale, which is the ideal gas thermometer and how we get to the Kelvin scale.
30. A unit of temperature equal to 1/273.16 of the Kelvin scale temperature of the triple point of water.
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