Yes that is about right. Coolant under pressure has a higher boiling point than 212 degrees.
in cold harsh weather and little supplies
195 degree is were your thermostat will open.which in hot weather causes cars to run a little hot.recommend use a alternate thermostat at 180 degree.helps run engine cooler and helps with cooler transmission.hope this helps
Little One Translated In Cherokee Is u-s-ti Sagwu Hope That Helped (:
195 degrees to 210 degrees and that will very a little, depending on weather and driving habits
a-wa-hi-li For me i kinda know a little Cherokee this is one of the words
Bear Little Bear
The superlative degree of little is littlest. Otherwise it would be most little, and that's wrong. Superlative means expressing the highest degree of a quality in grammar.
Igohida. Or at least thats what little I remember from my great grandmother who was Cherokee
"Less" is the comparative degree of little.
"Less" is the comparative degree of little. The superlative degree is least.
My girlfriend is 75% Cherokee and she has very little pubic hair. She has stated that she does not shave or trim it. It is natural as it is.
Bleak winter weather means a little cold type of weather.
Its "least" Little-less-least.
The manufacture requires a 180 degree thermostat. If your fan clutch is operating normally and the radiator has good flow it will probably be around 190 to 205. It may run a little cooler when the car is moving.
Chief Little Turkey, in 1788.
little, littler, littlest little, less, least
asgayia osti The answer previously given is close, but not exactly accurate. The Cherokee word for man is *A-sga-ya.* When that word is spoken it is often contracted to sound like *a-sky.* The Cherokee word for little is u-sdi. When the two words are brought together the word for man is contracted even further so that the Cherokee name *Little man* is spoken as *Sky-u-sdi.*
No you get very little money. You probably want to get your masters degree or your doctorist degree. You get alot of money
ᎤᏍᏗ ᏲᎾ / usdi yona (a little bear) ᏧᏂᏍᏗ ᏲᎾ / junsdi yona (little bears)