# Findings:

- thermal expansion
- Adjustment coefficient
- triple expansion steam engine
- Thermal Entropy Generator
- activity coefficient
- coefficient matrix
- wildcard expansions
- thermal printer
- ballistic coefficient
- Shannon's Expansion
- thermal fuse
- British Thermal Unit
- Why the sequence of coefficients of a cyclotomic polynomial is a palindrome
- expansion diffusion
- Gas Core Nuclear Thermal Rocket
- lift coefficient
- Expansion Pak
- metric thermal unit: kilojoule and newton-meter
- expansion module
- thermal equilibrium
- extinction coefficient
- time expansion spell
- Thermal energy reservoir
- Fresnel Reflection and Transmission Coefficients
- expansion chamber
- thermal depolymerization
- Expansion
- How to treat thermal burns
- Drag coefficient
- expansion stage
- thermal detonator
- Diffusion coefficient
- Viking raids
- thermal karst
- coefficient of friction
- thermal energy
- coefficient of variation
- Expansion of the Bulgarian State
- thermal micrometeoroid garment
- Hall coefficient
- binomial expansion
- The Thermals
- Coefficient
- expansion team
- thermal radiation
- Gini coefficient
- The expansion of the universe is speeding up
- Thermal Imager
- Wright's inbreeding coefficient
- multipole expansion
- Thermal reconditioning
- Thermal Plastic
- selection coefficient
- expansion tank
- thermal paste
- multinomial coefficient
- soybean expansion in Brazil
- thermal mass
- On the unusual thermal properties of stadiums
- correlation coefficient
- Canadian westward expansion
- thermal image
- valve coefficient
- Russian Expansion in the 19th Century
- Thermal Airship
- coefficient of X
- thermal grease
- Clebsch-Gordan coefficients
- The expansion of American slavery
- Thermal noise
- Einstein B coefficient
- expansion franchise
- Thermal mass heater
- binomial coefficient
- Teach Yourself Scheme: 8.1 Specifying the expansion as a template
- thermal cycler
- leading coefficient
- Jefferson National Expansion Memorial
- Thermal emission
- coefficient of restitution
- thermal
- numerical coefficient
- csh history expansion refers to the line before most csh expansions occurred
- thermal conductivity

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