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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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Her cool, level-looking eyes were no longer level-looking nor cool, but warmly drooping and just unable to meet his, as she came toward him and nestled in the circle of his arms, saying softly, almost in a whisper, -
Nothing would make her comfortable while you live," returned Rigg, in his cool high voice.
On that fine summer night, and after a long day of traveling, might I not naturally take a bath in the cool water before I went to bed?
When we have picked up the North-east Trades in the Pacific we try to persuade our dying captain to run for Honolulu, and while I persuade I see myself again drinking cocktails on the cool lanais and fizzes out at Waikiki where the surf rolls in.
Air handling units, located in the basement, cool the air by passing it on the chilled water and pushing the cold air to the vents located at the bottom of the pillars of the mosque.
When a server room is cooled with mixed heat load densities, the cooling efficiency is lowered because the cooling is dictated by the high heat load density.
Cool presented its collection to the national group of regional drug chains, independent pharmacies, regional drug wholesalers, specialty distributors and buying groups represented by the CDMA at the gathering held in Las Vegas earlier this month.
Water savings: The central cooler with its adiabatic chamber is unlike an open cooling tower in that it does not use an evaporative process to cool water.
THE Fine Bedding Company's new Cool Touch pillow features 'intelligent cooling fibres' and uses thermodynamics to help sleepers stay cool and not overheat during hot nights.
They are effective when air temperature is cool but might not function properly during the summer months in warm climates.
all because of a row over Steve Buscemi, the bug-eyed star of Reservoir Dogs dubbed king of cool by movie fans.
Like Dim Sum for the intellectually curious and literary-minded Gioias chronicle of the birth and death of cool samples a variety of genres and disciplines.