a device or system for supplying heat, esp central heating, to a building
the heat supplied
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How to use heating in a sentence
With Ebola still raging in West Africa, the race to find a vaccine is heating up.
We have no heating; there is no gas and it is very cold inside the prison.An American Marine in Iran’s Prisons Goes on Hunger Strike | IranWire | December 18, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
It is provided with best conditions for water supply, heating and ventilation.
And, always, global warming could push the cutworm moths north, out of the park, by heating up the region.
Winds can either compress other clouds, heating them up and making stars, or break those clouds up.
I gathered that he thought something of the boy, and was heating up to the door-smashing stage.Fee of the Frontier | Horace Brown Fyfe
The greatest part of the waste steam is condensed in heating the water to fill the boiler; what escapes is a mere nothing.
Now it appears that the heating of Binner Downs 300 surface feet gave a saving of 6000 lbs.
In this engine the proportion of saving by the heating flues was the same as in the large engine.
The steady heating of an oak branch on the porch roof told me it was blowing hard.The Soldier of the Valley | Nelson Lloyd