50C

AcronymDefinition
50C50 Cent (band)
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euro]5 a week in welfare rises for pensioners, disabled and the unemployed 50c is expected to be added on to the price of a 20-pack of cigarettes
The Garrett 50C expansion board is ideal for IoT applications, such as home automation control interfaces or handheld device development.
Highest temperature was recorded in Larkana 50C, Dadu, Sibbi, Sukkur, Mohenjo-Daro, Jacobabad 48C and Turbat 47C.
Although the highest recorded temperature in the UAE reached close to 50C on Tuesday, it was nowhere near 50C in Dubai but only between 42C and 47C between 9am and noon, a forecaster at the National Centre of Meteorology and Seismology (NCMS) said.
Meanwhile, a Cabinet spokesman said even if temperatures reached 50C a public holiday will not be declared - as is believed to be the case in Kuwait.
Over the seven days, we survived sandstorms, over 50C heat, bone-chilling nights and saw fellow competitors drop out through injury, exhaustion and one from cardiac arrest.
Tummers also questioned the decision by Fifa to have awarded Qatar the tournament based on playing in the summer: "It is not sensible to award a World Cup in the summer to a country with an average temperature of 41C in June and July, a midday temperature of 50C and above all, extremely high humidity.
Gransurf 50C (INCI: Dimethicone (and) PEG/PPG-18/18 dimethicone) is an effective emulsifier for water-in-oil (w/o) emulsions.
Ben Fogle and James Cracknell's attempt to win the South Pole Race, a challenge that involves ski-racing 480 miles while pulling a 150lb sled in temperatures as low as minus 50C.
Facing temperatures as low as - 50C and battling winds in excess of 50km/ph, the pair hope to cover 300km to reach their destination.
Cauliflower, for instance, earned the grower 50c a head but retailed at 1.