HEAT


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HEATHostile Environment Awareness Training
HEATHigh-Explosive Anti-Tank (munition)
HEATHeat Escape Lessening Posture
HEATHighway Enforcement of Aggressive Traffic (various locations)
HEATHigher Education and Training (IBM)
HEATHigher Education Assistive Technology (various locations)
HEATHigh-Energy Antimatter Telescope
HEATHelp End Auto Theft
HEATHumanitarian Environmental Analysis Team (Godzilla)
HEATHome Energy Assistance Team
HEATHigher Education Area Transit (Greensboro, North Carolina)
HEATHigher Education and Applied Technology Center (Harford County, MD)
HEATHelpdesk Expert Automation Tool
HEATHigh Energy Access Tools
HEATHemisphere Emergency Action Team
HEATHMMWV(High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle) Egress Assistance Trainer (US DoD)
HEATHigher Education and Advanced Technology Center (Lowry, CO, USA)
HEATHeadquarters Effectiveness Assessment Tool
HEAThydroxyphenyl-ethyl-aminomethyl-tetralone
HEATHal's Emerald Attack Team
HEATHackers Enterprising Across Telecommunications
HEATHigh-rise Emergency Aerial Team
HEATHoffman Estates Airsoft Team (Chicago, IL)
HEATHigh-Enthalpy Arc-heated Tunnel
HEATHotel Employees Action Team
HEATHuman Erythrocyte Aglutination Test
References in classic literature ?
"Thus, in case of a shock, it would have been with our projectile as with a ball which falls in a burning state after having struck the metal plate; it is its motion which is turned into heat. Consequently I affirm that, if our projectile had struck the meteor, its speed thus suddenly checked would have raised a heat great enough to turn it into vapor instantaneously."
"According to calculation," replied Barbicane, "the fall would develop a heat equal to that produced by 16,000 globes of coal, each equal in bulk to our terrestrial globe."
This was so obviously the right thing to say for an officer of Chief Inspector Heat's reputation that it was perfectly delightful.
"Now, the cases increase 1/480 of their volume for each degree of heat applied.
And if it be inquired how this heat is communicated to the other members, must it not be admitted that this is effected by means of the blood, which, passing through the heart, is there heated anew, and thence diffused over all the body?
The heat of the conflagration had at length overcome the resistance of the spring, and the fire was slowly stealing along the half-dried moss; while a dead pine kindled with the touch of a forked flame, that, for a moment, wreathed around the stem of the tree, as it whined, in one of its evolutions, under the influence of the air.
The house was big and old-fashioned, and Levin, though he lived alone, had the whole house heated and used.
Though I miscarried so much in my design for large pots, yet I made several smaller things with better success; such as little round pots, flat dishes, pitchers, and pipkins, and any things my hand turned to; and the heat of the sun baked them quite hard.
"All those mirrors are sending out an infernal heat! Do you think you will find that spring soon?
The plan, therefore, was to travel by canoes during the less heated parts of the day, and tie up at night, making camp on shore in the net- protected tents.
The cook did so, and the Six sitting round the table felt it grow very warm, and they thought this was because of their good fare; but when the heat became still greater and they wanted to go out, but found the doors and windows fastened, then they knew that the King meant them harm and was trying to suffocate them.
Heating is the contrary of cooling, being heated of being cooled, being glad of being vexed.