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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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In an effort to quantify such differences, a team of researchers compared the final mechanical properties and microstructure of aluminum castings when using copper-aluminum composite and cast iron chills.
On this view, imposing strict liability for harmful speech, such as defamatory statements, would overdeter, or chill, valuable speech, such as true political information.
3 : a feeling of coldness caused by fear <The grisly sight gave me the chills.
Lancaster recorded shivery 19-degree wind chills with a 28-degree air temperature and 8 mph winds in the early morning.
As the molten metal comes in contact with the colder temperature of the mold, the outer diameter of the roll chills faster causing a chilled hard surface, usually 65 to 72 Rockwell "C".
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The solidification rate has a significant effect on the final mechanical properties and can be controlled by molding media, chills and riser placement.
Two of the most widely used methods to control nonferrous casting solidification are cooling fins and external chills.
Metalcasting chills work much in the same way as icing down cans of beer on a hot summer day.
While chill fins must be removed at finishing, they increase production efficiency because chills do not have to be inserted manually into each mold.
The benefits cooling fins provide to castings often cause them to be considered with chills as viable options to improve casting design.