Heats [noun]

Definition of Heats:

high temperature

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A Quinnipiac poll released on Wednesday put the competitors in a dead heat with each receiving 48 percent support.

If we squander this moment of energy wealth, creating heat waste instead of structure, we will all be back in the junkyard soon enough.

As we pack electronics into ever smaller packages, dealing with the heat they produce is becoming a growing challenge.

The summer was capped with a punishing heat wave that settled across the region in August and September and drove temperatures well into triple digits.

It’s made of high-quality aluminum, guaranteeing optimal heat distribution, plus it’s also freezer-safe.

According to Nvidia, this configuration runs three times quieter than previous configurations while venting considerably more heat.

Because heat rises, the coldest part of your cooler is the bottom, says Jump.

A hurricane just hit the Texas and Louisiana coasts, followed by a heat wave.

Social media platform Facebook took heavy heat for its role in allowing the spread of misinformation during the 2016 presidential elections.

The reason, Jones says, is that water conducts heat very well.