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Sahara: n.

  1. a desert in North Africa, extending from the Atlantic Ocean to the Red Sea and from the Mediterranean to central Mali, Chad, and the Sudan. The largest desert in the world, occupying over a quarter of Africa; rises to over 3300m in the central mountain system of the Ahaggar and Tibesti massifs; large reserves of iron ore, oil and natural gas. Area: 9,100,000km^2; average annual rainfall: less than 254mm; highest recorded temperature: 58C.
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  • Performs air cooling in machine room.

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