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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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Evie Shockley's "separation anxiety," for example, is a moving tale about family relationships and the many ways that home can be both secure and stifling; Tananarive Due's "Like Daughter" chillingly recasts childrearing's nature-vs.-nurture debate while telling a poignant story of lifelong friendship.
Imagine a film that combines the chillingly creepy visions of the Brothers Quay and Atom Egoyan.
For all his many faults, I have never seen a more chillingly exciting boxer.
With "Beyond Blade Runner" he is again in top form, dissecting the dissolution of Los Angeles' downtown, penetrating the self-congratulatory rhetoric of the LAPD, and concluding chillingly with a deep-space look at the 1992 riots.
"The political disturbance that occurred at the turn of spring and summer in 1989 seriously disrupted social stability and jeopardized state security," he said chillingly. "Therefore, the Chinese Government had to take necessary measures." This put the lie to all the clowning he did in public, a clear P.R.
This attitude is also chillingly evident in a feature article on the Chernobyl plant in the February 1986 SOVIET LIFE magazine, a USSR-sponsored publication.
Chillingly, warned it only be 'a time' McCaugherty killed At one point he mounted the pavement, forcing pedestrians to jump out of the way before being arrested and bailed.
10 RILLINGTON PLACE BBC4 10PM After Richard Attenborough's Westminster Abbey 10 RILLINGTON PLACE BBC4 10PM After Richard Attenborough's Westminster Abbey memorial earlier this month, how affecting to see this mild-mannered man so chillingly plausible as real-life killer John Reginald Christie.
5 WHY are Tories criticising David Cameron for too much "chillaxing" when chillingly axing jobs and benefits is exactly what they want?
Beginning in a maze-like prison of sorts for young boys, the tale follows the exploits of inmate Thomas Cale as he escapes the regime of the Lord Redeemers and their hell and damnation beliefs that are chillingly close to Christianity.
Far from the fava beans and chianti which his cinematic alter ego Hannibal Lecter made chillingly famous in Silence of the Lambs, Sir Anthony has now gained a reputation as a curry expert in real life.
He later sent an email to a neighbour insisting the crash was a genuine accident but chillingly added: "By the time you read this I'll be gone."