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Chill

Any restriction on the purchase or sale of a security imposed by the Depository Trust Company. The DTC may put a chill on a stock, for example, if it is at risk of overheating.
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Discover sales predictions for the key end use submarkets from 2015-2025- What are the dynamics of the chilled processed food industry?
The project, organized into four areas of work, involves site work and upgrades on the cooling tower, the 14,000 ton central chilled water plant and the chilled water delivery systems.
How will the forecast growth differ from the historic growth exhibited by the chilled desserts market in Australia?
Our research has identified a group of consumers who exclusively buy chilled as they perceive it to be of a higher quality than ambient," says Helen Doxon, marketing innovations manager at Sharwood's.
New Covent Garden Food and Sacla' have both attempted to establish themselves in the chilled category in recent years, only to pull out.
Chilled beam offers highly efficient cooling solution based on natural process of heat transfer.
It's served chilled both at lunch and dinner by the bowl with a cilantro garnish.
The Real Estate Board of New York (RERNY) and Roberts & Holland LLP negotiated the basic agreement with the Department, following REBNY' ssuccessful effort in 1998 to change the law to exclude the sale of unmetered electricity, including HVAC and chilled water to tenants, provided the supplier has paid the utility tax on the sale to the landlord.
Bananas are also the basis of a ROSEANNA BANANA: Combine one ripe, peeled and sliced banana, one ounce of strawberry syrup and eight ounces of chilled milk in a blender.
Chilled meat products sales proved the most lucrative for the Japanese chilled & deli food market in 2010, generating total revenues of $17.
A chilled cast iron roll is manufactured by pouring molten iron of a specific quality into a steel jacketed form or mold that is positioned vertically.