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heatinkit - Kitchen Utensils, Heat, Conductors and...

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Kitchen Utensils, Heat, Conductors and insulators
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The saucepan was helping to heat the gravy,
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The saucepan was helping to heat the gravy, Being stirred by a spoon made of wood.
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The saucepan was helping to heat the gravy, Being stirred by a spoon made of wood. “You should not be here, you might catch fire.
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The saucepan was helping to heat the gravy, Being stirred by a spoon made of wood. “You should not be here, you might catch fire. We need a metal spoon,” said the hood.
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“It would only burn if it was put
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“It would only burn if it was put Right into the gas flame,” the hood was told.
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“It would only burn if it was put Right into the gas flame,” the hood was told. “A metal spoon would be no use at all.
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“It would only burn if it was put Right into the gas flame,” the hood was told. “A metal spoon would be no use at all. It would soon be too hot to hold.”
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“The cooker is right,” the saucepan said.
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the saucepan said. “My handle is also made out of wood.
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