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Usage of *zero degree* in English

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I got a *zero* *degree* sleeping bag and fleece blankets, Taylor said.

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Nearly fully overlapping collisions are selected based on the energy deposited by spectators in *zero* *degree* calorimeters (ZDCs).

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Both locations sit at something called a *zero* *degree* isotherm, where the average air temperature hovers right around the freezing point of water.

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Finally, in 1884, the major nations of the world met in Washington, DC, and chose a line through Greenwich as *zero* *degree* longitude.

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Recommending course change, delta niner- *zero* *degrees* on any axis, to resolve ambiguity.

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Maneuvering, reduce speed to 800 c. Alter course, negative z, niner- *zero* *degrees**.*

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Eighth Heavy Cruiser Division, immediate execute turn starboard zero one *zero* *degrees**.*

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We put alcohol in the radiator to be safe at about *zero* *degrees**.*

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In astronomer speak, their "argument of perihelion" are all about *zero* *degrees**.*

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Way below *zero* *degrees**,* and the wind made it worse.

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Perimeter Tracking reports they've altered course by one-eight- *zero* *degrees* and gone to four-zero-zero gees acceleration.

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At this point we say that the solid has a temperature of absolute *zero* *degrees**.*

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Temperatures are set to drop to *zero* *degrees* on Monday night, according to Met Éireann.

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All units, come starboard one five degrees and down *zero* *degrees* at time two one.

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They survived overnight temperatures that fell near *zero* *degrees* Fahrenheit for two nights, he said.

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The D quadrant covers the longitudes 90 degrees East to *zero* *degrees**,* the Prime Meridian.