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To her, the irons he swung were much hotter than she ever dared to use.
The heat did not go with the daylight; on the contrary, it was now still hotter under the blue rays of the moon.
As he drew nearer, he became hotter and was obliged to rest his bag upon the path and mop his forehead.
As time went by, and the scent, according to the Ancient Mariner, grow hotter, all three of the investors in the adventure came to going aloft.
You are my prisoners, and I will hurl you all into my underground dungeons, where the volcanic fires glow and the molten lava flows in every direction, and the air is hotter than blue blazes.
Back there, somewhere, were her hot little room and her still hotter bed; but between her and them lay a horrid desert of blackness across which one must feel one's way with outstretched, shrinking arms; while before her, out on the sun-parlor roof, were the moonlight and the cool, sweet night air.
The hotter the better,' said Hugh, 'I'm prepared for anything.
I think I have said how much hotter than our own was the weather of this Golden Age.
I tried to calm him, that we might come to something rational; but he got hotter and hotter, and wouldn't hear a word.
As she drew near, brighter glowed the sky, hotter and hotter grew the air, till Ripple's leaf-cloak shrivelled up, and could no longer shield her from the heat; then she unfolded the white snow-flake, and, gladly wrapping the soft, cool mantle round her, entered through the shining arch.
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The constant bombardment of ultraviolet energy toasts KELT-9b like a marshmallow, bringing its daytime temperature to around 4600K (7800[degrees]F), hotter than most red dwarf stars and only about 1200K cooler than our Sun's visible surface.