The warm month of June melted into the scalding month of July.
Katie said, giving Alex a scalding look.
Davis handed her a scalding cup of coffee, his chocolate gaze scrutinizing - probably searching for some indication of congeniality.
There's nothing worse than doing yard work in the scalding sun only to find you've stumbled upon -- and rubbed your skin against -- poison ivy, poison oak, or poison sumac.
However, the ESRB was notoriously caught napping by Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas and the public scalding that resulted from the Hot Coffee scandal in 2005.
Any reputable shop selling trendy plus size clothing should have a good selection of empire black plus size dresses from which to select, ranging from light little summer pieces, to office wear, to scalding hot evening wear.
A limit thermostat keeps the coffee from being scalding and ensuring that the coffee maker shuts off if it detects any anomalies in electricity.
As if the biting cold of winter doesn't hinder a mother's plans enough, the scalding nature of the summer months can leave families trapped inside during key afternoon hours.
Another important safety precaution is to check the temperature setting on the hot water heater to make sure that it does not raise the temperature of the water to the scalding point.
People living in apartment complexes should be especially aware of the risk of scalding to child safety; apartment water heaters are often set very high to accommodate the upper level apartments.
Still, he deserved a scalding.
Always run cold water before the hot to prevent accidental scalding.
creepy-crawlye cleansed with scalding water before the service to remove spiders, flies and other creepy-crawlies.
In fact in 1998 alone 2913 children were killed or injured in house fires with many more being permanently disfigured through burning or scalding.
The scalding tank, which removes the feathers after slaughter, does not kill salmonella.
scalding water by two night care staff.
In this case, birds who do not have a cardiac arrest at stunning will still be alive when they enter the scalding tank.
He was found fully clothed in a bath full of scalding water by two night care staff.
The hot water from the taps can, on occasion, be scalding hot.
An added benefit is that the lower temperature presents less risk of scalding when showering.
Children are most frequently burned by scalding accidents.
Scalding can occur when a child pulls something off the top of the stove or when he is exposed to very hot water from a sink or tub faucet.
Homeowners with children should set their hot water heaters to 120 degrees, or less, to prevent accidental scalding injuries.
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