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Peyser says clean ambient-cooled water from the outdoor heat exchanger is sufficient to cool press hydraulics, but water temperature and flow rate for molds requires some fine tuning.
This one is cool and laid-back, this Brazilian dance that's just classy and traditional.
Oh, there was cool before him, but it was different - John Wayne's hold-on-there-pilgrim cowboy and soldier; Humphrey Bogart's haunted, cynical loner; Cary Grant's suave bachelor.
have built a small refrigerator that cools its contents by blasting them with sound waves.
If you feel sick or light headed, get out of the sun, drink cool liquids, and cool down.
After the trees are planted at Cool Communities sites by hundreds of volunteers, information will be collected over the next five years.
Their analyses of the sexual politics of the music industry are particularly illuminating: "Sometimes cool bands have to do, like, wimpy songs to get chicks" (the Red Hot Chili Peppers).
Combined, the cleaning cascade and salt reclaim furnace continuously clean and cool rubber profiles during treatment and return the carried out salt to the curing cycle.
Cool, 34, a Simi Valley software engineer and occasional surfer, has developed a Web site on the Internet called Wave-Cast through which surfers subscribing to the service can get updates on forecasts for wave conditions from San Diego to Santa Barbara.
2 degrees per decade, even though cool ocean breezes still sweep the city.
Since the passages must be straight and perpendicular to each other, elaborate drilling patterns are required to cool the mold.
The compound's cool sensation also lasts twice as long as menthol's does, the researchers report.
Cool, 34, a Simi Valley software engineer and occasional surfer, has developed a Web site on the Internet called Wave-Cast, where surfers subscribing to the service can get updates on forecasts for wave conditions from San Diego to Santa Barbara.
In addition to consumer and electronic applications, thermoelectric cooling modules also keep biologic samples cool while they are being analyzed in certain types of laboratory equipment.