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Old Yesterday, 13:55   #9811
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The sequence is boiling point of water in various temperature scales. Next scale is Kelvin which I think is 373.15 to be precise
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The sequence is boiling point of water in various temperature scales. Next scale is Kelvin which I think is 373.15 to be precise
That's right, the scales being:

Delisle, RÝmer, Rťaumur, Celsius, Fahrenheit and, as you say, Kelvin.

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Until recently who was the only woman to be listed in Wisden's "Births & Deaths of Cricketers" ?

NB I will accept either her name or her relationship to a well known cricketer
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Must be WG Grace mother?
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