tepidity


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Despite the overall tepidity in the market, one segment--general-purpose liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry (GP-LC/MS)--has consistently outpaced other liquid phase techniques.
Spiritual tepidity then is not the being between hot and cold, for in that state every soul must be that has neither perfect charity nor mortal sin, taking these terms or limits to be what the metaphor means by heat that is / the boiling point of heat, and by cold or the freezing point: but it is the passage downwards only from hotter to colder, it is to be cooling or to have cooled.