temper

temper

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October 20, 2005

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  • www.merriam-webster.com   Temper | Definition of temper by Merriam-Webster

    Full Definition of TEMPER 1 : to dilute, qualify, or soften by the addition or influence of something else : moderate <temper justice with mercy> 2 archaic a : to ...

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  • dictionary.reference.com   Temper | Define Temper at Dictionary.com

    noun 1. a particular state of mind or feelings. 2. habit of mind, especially with respect to irritability or patience, outbursts of anger, or the like; disposition ...

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  • www.thefreedictionary.com   Temper - definition of temper by The Free Dictionary

    tem·per (tĕm′pər) v. tem·pered, tem·per·ing, tem·pers. v.tr. 1. To modify by the addition of a moderating element; moderate: "temper its doctrinaire logic ...

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  • www.thesaurus.com   Temper Synonyms, Temper Antonyms | Thesaurus.com

    Synonyms for temper at Thesaurus.com with free online thesaurus, antonyms, and definitions. Dictionary and Word of the Day.

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  • en.wikipedia.org   Temper - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Temperare (to mix correctly) is the Latin origin of words like "temperature" and "tempering"; it and "tempo" come, in turn, from tempus (time or season). Thus, the ...

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  • en.wikipedia.org   Tempering - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Tempering may refer to: Tempering (metallurgy), a heat treatment technique for metals and alloys A process for producing tempered glass Chocolate tempering, a method ...

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    Temper lets you easily measure customers' moods at every touchpoint over time so you can see how changes to your product or service affect overall satisfaction.

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  • www.yourdictionary.com   Temper dictionary definition | temper defined

    An example of temper is what someone loses when they gets excessively mad at even the simplest of problems. verb

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  • www.wikihow.com   4 Ways to Temper an Egg - wikiHow

    Video embedded · How to Temper an Egg. Many different recipes, including those for custards, soups, and certain pasta recipes, will require you to "temper an egg," which …

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    Temper Temper. 419 likes · 26 talking about this. eery but cheery artwork and monster-based design by lauren olson

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    From Angry Red Planet: Temper is a MIDI+Audio sequencer with an emphasis on MIDI. Temper provides a straight-forward user interface that quickly guides you into ...

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  • www.vocabulary.com   temper - Dictionary Definition : Vocabulary.com

    Temper can refer to a tendency to become unreasonably angry. If you’re not sure whether you have a temper, ask your friends — but don’t get mad if you dislike ...

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  • www.foodnetwork.com   How to Temper Eggs

    How-To: Temper Eggs. Custards and ice cream bases aren't hard to make they just need a little handholding to keep the eggs in them from scrambling.

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  • www.merriam-webster.com   Temper Synonyms | Merriam-Webster Thesaurus

    Synonyms and Antonyms of TEMPER 1 a special quality or impression associated with something <there's a temper of tranquillity about the retreat that visitors find ...

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  • idioms.thefreedictionary.com   Temper - Idioms by The Free Dictionary

    keep one's temper and hold one's temper. to hold back an expression of anger. (The opposite of lose one's temper.) She should have learned to keep her temper when …

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    temper strives to be a progressive technical marketing group representing established, proactive manufacturers. temper provides in-depth assistance and technical ...

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  • en.wiktionary.org   temper - Wiktionary

    Jul 24, 2015 · Verb . temper ‎(third-person singular simple present tempers, present participle tempering, simple past and past participle tempered) To moderate or control.

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  • www.thefreedictionary.com   Lose temper - definition of lose temper by The Free Dictionary

    A group of students alleged that traffic wardens lose temper and their attitude towards motorists are very rude and they issue challan ticket just to show efficiency.

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