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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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On one occasion Andrada fell ill owing to the chilliness of his lodgings.
From the moment US President George Bush renounced the Kyoto Protocol after being elected in 2000, relations have alternated between chilliness to downright hostility on the issue.
Hu was calling for a change in relations between the two countries, which have been described as being ''politically cold but economically hot'' in recent years, due to the deep and active economic links between the two countries and chilliness on the political front.
Camphora: Camphor in the remedy form is used in influenza where there is extreme chilliness but the person wants to be uncovered.
It begins with chilliness and lassitude, pains in the bones and head, and a disordered stomach--restlessness all night long, and too often the patient becomes delirious.
Taniguchi's design--a mixture of gigantism and chilliness masquerading as elegance-reinforces this tenuousness.
I wondered if Mr Wilkes knew what was happening around him, and yet -in the middle of all this -Neil Couperthwaite is the best Riff Raff we have seen in a long time and Mr Couperthwaite conveys to a nicety that impartial galactic chilliness which appears when Frank 'n' Furter is finally lasered into oblivion.
Specific symptoms that improved included sneezing, rhinnorrhea, nasal obstruction, sore throat, cough, headache, malaise and chilliness.
Still, there's an initial chilliness, as if the series is keeping viewers at arm's length, and the pacing is far more deliberate than most TV would be able to get away with these days.
Haider, who resigned as head of his party in February to appease a chorus of criticism and diplomatic chilliness from other European Union nations over the Freedom Party's alleged fascist tilt, is a fiscal and political conservative who favors eliminating a slew of government jobs, selling off state-owned industries, reducing taxes, bringing traditionally neutral Austria into NATO, raising the retirement age, and cutting pensions for early retirees.
During his years at the V & A, Pope-Hennessy had earned a reputation for severity, chilliness, even brutality, yet we saw little of this side to his character on the occasions when we visited him.