from The Century Dictionary.
- Relating to a high temperature, or to a condition of great excess of heat; having a tendency to raise the temperature.
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- adjective Having a very high
- adjective Relating to
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He was trying to save a child in the sea but ended up shivering so much in the sea that he was becoming i think it's called hyperthermic or something like that.
The region consists of mostly Holocene alluvium or Holocene and Pleistocene terrace deposits, with a mix of ustic to aridic, hyperthermic soils.
The region has a hyperthermic soil temperature regime with aridic ustic and typic ustic soil moisture regimes.
Soils are hyperthermic compared to thermic in most of Ecoregion 34a.
This region, however, has a longer growing season, warmer annual temperatures, some hyperthermic soils, and more precipitation than its northern counterparts of 73a and 73h.
To maximize the calories burned during cardio work, Nadler says the body must become hyperthermic--a process that slightly raises the core temperature and works as a catalyst to burn fat.
To burn fat, the body must be hyperthermic according to Dr. Bruce Nadler--that means the core body temperature must rise to a certain temperature.
They provide a complex hyperthermic, hyperacidic environment for archaebacteria that otherwise would not be able to enjoy life in the beautiful Rocky Mountains.
Often, before being able to distinguish the presence of a hyperthermic condition, one is impressed with the fact that an animal manifests evidence of being supersensitive.
The treatment is formally called cytoreductive surgery followed by hyperthermic intraperitoneal chemotherapy, or Hipec.