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  2. Alice H. Parker - Wikipedia

    Alice H. Parker. Alice H. Parker (1895 – 1920) [1] was an African-American inventor who was active in the early 1900s. She is most widely recognized for her patent filed for a gas furnace, which served as the basis for the development of modern heating systems in use today. Alice H. Parker. Born.

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    Online. Content license. Proprietary. Yahoo! Mail (also written as Yahoo Mail) is an email service offered by the American company Yahoo, Inc. The service is free for personal use, with an optional monthly fee for additional features. Business email was previously available with the Yahoo! Small Business brand, before it transitioned to Verizon ...

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    Products. Smart thermostats and light switches. Website. ecobee .com. ecobee is a Canadian founded home automation company that makes smart thermostats, temperature and occupancy sensors, smart light switches, smart cameras, and contact sensors. [2] They were acquired by the American company Generac Holdings in 2021.

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    This list includes all the SIP response codes defined in IETF RFCs and registered in the SIP Parameters IANA registry as of 27 January 2023. This list also includes SIP response codes defined in obsolete SIP RFCs (specifically, RFC 2543), which are therefore not registered with the IANA; these are explicitly noted as such.

  7. Furnace (central heating) - Wikipedia

    A furnace ( American English ), referred to as a heater or boiler in British English, is an appliance used to generate heat for all or part of a building. Furnaces are mostly used as a major component of a central heating system. [clarification needed] Furnaces are permanently installed to provide heat to an interior space through intermediary ...

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    New Zealand. /  41.300°S 174.783°E  / -41.300; 174.783. New Zealand ( Māori: Aotearoa [aɔˈtɛaɾɔa]) is an island country in the southwestern Pacific Ocean. It consists of two main landmasses—the North Island ( Te Ika-a-Māui) and the South Island ( Te Waipounamu )—and over 700 smaller islands.

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