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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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3]calm 2 <Throughout the storm, he remained cool.
At higher ambient temperatures, the EcoDry system switches automatically into "adiabatic" mode, which uses a spray of tap water to cool the ambient air.
Many of the up-to-the-minute cool tips can be found in the film.
Westerfeld has encapsulated today's cool in a fast-paced, fun novel that's not afraid to poke fun at our own consumerism while at the same time recognizing that cool rules.
Heat stroke, when the heat overwhelms your ability to keep cool, follows.
AMERICAN FORESTS developed Cool Communities in cooperation with the Environmental Protection Agency and the U.
BUTT-HEAD: See, you need, like, stuff that sucks to have stuff that's cool.
Debi Mazar was more practical: ``If you're working in Hollywood and have a life outside the biz, you're cool.
Combined, the cleaning cascade and salt reclaim furnace continuously clean and cool rubber profiles during treatment and return the carried out salt to the curing cycle.
2 degrees per decade, even though cool ocean breezes still sweep the city.
Also being introduced today is the CoolIT Systems RAM Fan and PCI Cooling Booster which provide direct air flow to cool RAM, Video Cards and other heat sensitive components on the motherboard like chipsets and voltage regulators.
As a result, some areas of the mold will not have contact with the water jacket and will not cool as effectively.