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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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Temple-Raston chillingly reveals the attitudes of modern-day Americans in Jasper, Texas, and her wonder at how such a vicious act could occur.
Rich in atmosphere, She Monkeys builds to a chillingly claustrophobic and devastating climax.
With a knowing script by B-movie expert Larry Cohen, director Joffe does a great job in keeping things chillingly claustrophobic.
Displayed in this show's "Rocks and Grottoes" gallery, it fits in perfectly with such dark, mysterious explorations of sun and shadow as 1864's "Source of the Loue," in which a shaft of light illuminates distant rocks while the center of a cave is chillingly cold.
Chillingly, "Act I: The Way It Was (Lost Things)," was first rehearsed September 10,2001 with an expected premiere at the World Financial Center.
Willie Doherty's NON-SPECIFIC THREAT, 2004, is a simple single-channel video that lasts a mere seven minutes, forty-six seconds but lingers chillingly in the memory.
The sights and sounds and smells of warfare are brought chillingly to life.
Partly because it still claims to be based on actual murders from 1973 - a chillingly effective way of upping the ante.
New World Coining foretells, chillingly, that "Americans will become increasingly vulnerable to hostile attack on our homeland, and our military superiority will not entirely protect us" and that "states, terrorists, and other disaffected groups will acquire weapons of mass destruction and mass disruption, and some will use them.
Received pronunication is the preferred accent for classic literature and, most chillingly, horror.
When small-time crook Paddy Meehan was jailed for life for the torture of bingo hall owner Abraham Ross and the murder of his wife, Rachel, he chillingly told the court a 'terrible mistake' had been made.
Modern Edinburgh, with its history and beauty, but still a criminal underclass and homelessness problem, is brought chillingly to life.