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Celsius operates like an unregulated bank, enticing customers with staggeringly rates for deposits of cryptocurrencies, and then loaning out those deposits to other customers.
Celsius, which promises high-yield returns on customer deposits, appears to be the latest crypto company to buckle under tightening financial conditions.
This handy digital model lets you easily switch between Fahrenheit and Celsius.The best meat thermometers for any cook|Terry Sullivan|October 13, 2021|Popular-Science
The body temperature will drop to about 50 degrees Fahrenheit (10 Celsius), from 98.6 F (37 C).New 'Suspended Animation' Procedure Saves Lives by Replacing Blood with a Cold Electrolyte Solution|Elizabeth Lopatto|April 2, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The global trend is clear: The average global surface temperature has risen roughly three-quarters of a degree Celsius since 1899.From Snowy Atlanta to Sunny Sochi, It's All About Global Weirding|Scott Bixby|February 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Already with human-induced warming of only 0.8 degrees Celsius, we have turbocharged the climate system.The Big Idea: Can We Outsmart Climate Change?|Clive Hamilton|July 19, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Early Tuesday temperatures in some parts of the state were already approaching 40 degrees Celsius.Australia's Still Burning|Justin Green|January 8, 2013|DAILY BEAST
On Sunday afternoon, the bottom of one of the reactors rose to 82 degrees Celsius (179.6 degrees Fahrenheit), Tepco said.New Earthquake Could Hit Japan’s Fukushima Nuclear Plant: Study|Samar Halarnkar|February 18, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Celsius, while staying at Upsala, had conceived the plan of given a botanical description of biblical plants.
Celsius followed, and advised a medium fluid, so that his thermometer is known as the centigrade.
Linnus turned and stood face to face with the dean, Olof Celsius the Elder.Sweden|Victor Nilsson
While in the Gulf Stream we had an outer temperature of 28 Celsius.Aircraft and Submarines|Willis J. Abbot.
Another day brought with it twenty-three degrees of heat of Celsius, when the thermometer was placed in the shade at noon.
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Scientific definitions for Celsius (1 of 2)
Scientific definitions for Celsius (2 of 2)
Cultural definitions for Celsius (1 of 2)
A temperature scale, also called centigrade, according to which water freezes at zero degrees and boils at one hundred degrees.
Cultural definitions for Celsius (2 of 2)
A temperature scale in which zero degrees is the freezing point of water and 100 degrees is the boiling point. Temperature in this scale is generally denoted by °C or, in scientific usage, C alone. (Compare Fahrenheit (see also Fahrenheit).)