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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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After a time, for cooler climate, I went down to southermost Tasmania in forty-three South.
I want his directions no more than his drugs." He paused and growing cooler in a moment, added, with only sarcastic dryness, "If Mr.
His pipe was nearly out, and a cooler breeze was stealing over the plain.
In spite of the heat of the room, he wore a thick sea-jacket, buttoned to the neck, and a tall hairy cap drawn down over his ears; yet I never saw any man, not even a judge upon the bench, look cooler, or more studious and self-possessed, than this ship-captain.
He felt unutterably wretched now, for his passion for Anna, which had seemed to him of late to be growing cooler, now that he knew he had lost her forever, was stronger than ever it had been.
The sun sank rapidly; the silvery light had faded from the bare boughs and the watery twilight was setting in when Wilson at last walked down the hill, descending into cooler and cooler depths of grayish shadow.
They could have found a cooler place, but they would not deny themselves such a romantic feature as the roasting camp-fire.
They will be angry," he added, after a moment's silence, and in a cooler tone; "Mrs.
The temperature of the atmosphere was so much cooler at that point that the aeronauts had to resort to their blankets and thick coverings.
When he came in he was cooler. A little pang seized him as he thought of the child, and he wondered whether she would miss him, at first perhaps, but in a week she would have forgotten him; and he was thankful to be rid of Mildred.
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[USPRwire, Fri Aug 16 2019] The global market for thermoelectric coolers has been expanding on account of the unique phenomenon of heat sink that is used in these coolers.