The NHS advises staying inside during severe cold, especially when the wind chill
is -50 degrees Fahrenheit or below and to cover every part of your body: ears, nose, toes and fingers, etc.
In this case study, the research team tested two different chill
materials to determine if a copper-based chill
would produce preferable mechanical properties and microstructure.
True, a court may misjudge a speaker's state of mind, and this risk may cause some degree of chill
Atkinson is urging producers to explore alternative fruit cultivars, or novel replacement crops with lower chill
Insufficient winter chill
plays havoc with flowering times, which particularly are critical for trees such as walnuts and pistachios that depend on male and female flowering occurring at the same time to ensure pollination and a normal yield.
3 : a feeling of coldness caused by fear <The grisly sight gave me the chills
So which is your favourite Chill
Out Bar in Newcastle?
Unlike releasing content through app stores, music stores, a broadcast network or film studio, Chill
Direct imbues artists with creative control and flexibility over their material and allows them full ownership of Intellectual Property.
The strong, ergonomic handle on Plascon's Cook Chill
Handle Bags allows the end user to safely handle and transport filled bags even when the contents are hot.
The idea for the Chill
Tent originally came from marketing agency clients working on brand sampling campaigns who wanted on site cold storage rather than having to rely on refrigerated trucks and trailers.
3 : to cause to feel cold from fear <This ghost story will chill
wedge test is an old and trusted test for determining the carbide-forming tendency of both in-furnace and inoculated iron.