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  1. Zero
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  1. The coldest possible temperature: __ zero
  2. The coldest possible temperature zero
  3. The coldest possible temperature is this zero
  4. Absolute ___ (coldest possible temperature)
  5. Coldest temperature on record e.g.
  6. Grant back temperature was unstable, breaking 24 (not kelvin)
  7. Test temperature in the form of kelvin
  8. Position from health professional with temperature, use celsius/kelvin instead of fahrenheit
  9. What the kelvin scale measures
  10. May be running a high temperature with such low temperature
  11. Uproar over medicines dropping temperature temperature well dropped in this
  12. Swede who developed a temperature scale
  13. Combine temperature scale on exhaust
  14. Temperature scale range includes 56
  15. Temperature scale
  16. Scale for measuring temperature
  17. Temperature scale named after french physicist who introduced it
  18. Physicist giving name to temperature scale
  19. Scale of absolute temperature named for him
  20. 18th-century french inventor of a temperature scale


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