Temporary Hardness

Science / Chemistry / Temporary Hardness: The component of total water hardness that can be removed by boiling the water. Ca(HCO3)2 and Mg(HCO3)2_ are responsible for temporary hardness.

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Temporary Noun Synonyms: impermanent, makeshift, stopgap, stand-by, provisional, pro tem, transitory, transient, fleeting, fugitive, passing, ephemeral, temporal, evanescent, short-lived, momentary
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Temporary File

Technology / Computers / Temporary File: A file temporarily created by a program for its own use. Typically set to be hidden from the user. MORE

Temporary Employee

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Temporary Employee: An individual who works on either short- or long-term assignments with an employer without being treated as a permanent employee and lacking the benefits of permanent employees. Normally utilized by e MORE

Temporary Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP)

Business / Agriculture / Temporary Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP): A program that evolved out of a surplus commodity donation efforts begun by the USDA in late 1981 to dispose of surplus foods (especially cheese) held by the Commodity Credit Corporation. This program MORE

Temporary Emergency Food Assistance Act Of 1983 (TEFAA)

Business / Agriculture / Temporary Emergency Food Assistance Act Of 1983 (TEFAA): P.L. 98-8 (March 24, 1983) was a supplemental appropriations act for FY1983 that among other things explicitly authorized a discretionary commodity donation effort begun in 1981 by the USDA. The initi MORE

Temporary Green

Entertainment / Golf / Temporary Green: A (usually) closely mown area in the fairway or rough of a hole, serving as the green (including the cup and flag) during periods of maintenance or repair of the original putting surface MORE

Temporary Hardness

Science / Chemistry / Temporary Hardness: The component of total water hardness that can be removed by boiling the water. Ca(HCO3)2 and Mg(HCO3)2_ are responsible for temporary hardness. MORE

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