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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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TBCI owns iconic brands Big Chill and Fresh Bar and is the franchisor of Tully's Coffee in the Asia Pacific region.
Active Chill jackets offer the perfect balance of warmth and breathability and that balance depends on the temperature of the environment and the users' activity level.
Eat nutritious food and wear warm clothes to ward off winter chill
As convenient summary measures, annual GDD and chill hours were used to characterize agriculturally relevant climate warming changes in the Yolo County temperature data.
" e Sure Chill Company's technology ensures that vaccines reach children in optimum condition.
Three samples of 100 chilled males were then taken from each cage (yielding 6 samples for GT and HW flies, respectively).
(2008) showed that greater chilling exposure lead to a reduction of heat requirement in sweet cherries, where the average blooming date was earlier for cultivars with lower chilling requirements but not for those with lower heat requirements, whereas the latest-blooming cultivar needed the highest chill and heat accumulations for its flowering.
"Sure Chill is now attracting global attention from major food and drink companies, domestic appliance manufacturers and other refrigeration companies, who recognise the major impact this technology could have.
After all, intuition suggests that some legal rules will chill speech.
The pitcher comes equipped with an Infuser, Flavor Infuser and Chill Core, creating a multitude of beverage options from cucumber lime drinks to blueberry iced tea to sangria and more.