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Cooler

An investor who has lost money in stocks and attempts to liquidate some or all of his/her positions.
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Vixen was a clever little dog, but she could never connect the punkah and the coolie; so Garin gave me grateful hours of cool sleep.
A cool breath from the snows met us about five miles out of Kalka, and she whined for her coat, wisely fearing a chill on the liver.
Nothing would make her comfortable while you live," returned Rigg, in his cool high voice.
Her cool, level-looking eyes were no longer level-looking nor cool, but warmly drooping and just unable to meet his, as she came toward him and nestled in the circle of his arms, saying softly, almost in a whisper, -
On that fine summer night, and after a long day of traveling, might I not naturally take a bath in the cool water before I went to bed?
Until the midday sun stood vertically over the ravine, the air felt cool and damp, but now it became very sultry.
From this cool and shady recess we made a circuit to avoid the overhanging waterfall.
To Pollyanna the air was all the more stifling after that cool breath of the out of doors; but she did not complain.
At the sight of this we cast ourselves on the ground and plunged head and shoulders in the water; and I cannot tell which was the more pleasant, the great shock as the cool stream went over us, or the greed with which we drank of it.
But your voice just goes all through me, cool and fine.
They seem just as much part of you as the cool of your voice and skin.
Certain gentlemen among the passengers got some of the smaller boats lowered, and amused themselves by rowing about, and swimming, when the sun at evening time was cool enough to let them divert themselves in that way.