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n. the action of a court, clerk, or commissioner in scheduling a trial or hearing. (See: set)

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A more nuanced discussion can be the germ of a future Letters from Maine, but the short answer is that we need to sound as nonjudgmental as possible as we present our case for limit setting.
While the standard TLM-8 offers 14 discrete thermal limit settings from 100 C to 754 C, The custom model can be factory set to any whole number temperature.