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chilling

slang Spending time relaxing. Often shortened colloquially to "chillin'." We're just chillin' and watching some TV, if you want to join us. Most of the trip was just chilling by the beach and eating great food. It was perfect!
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chillin’

mod. great; excellent. Everybody there was chillin’.
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Effects of pre-release chilling on the flight ability of sterile males of the Mediterranean fruit fly (Diptera: Tephritidae).
The twigs were collected in the second half of May, when it had accounted 140 chilling units according North Carolina Model modified by Ebert et al.
Chilling injuries are characterized by surface pitting, mealiness, water soaked areas and enhanced loss of water, which in turn result in high levels of reducing sugars, ascorbic acid, anthocyanin and greater susceptibility to decay (Dugo et al., 2003).
One possible way to prevent this chilling effect is to give some false and defamatory statements "strategic protection." (10) Protecting negligent and good-faith false statements will encourage uncertain speakers to make true statements.
Moving from immersion chilling to air chilling would also involve a change for the processing plant and a learning curve for its employees.
Northcutt, Smith, and Huezo found no significant difference in bacterial pathogen levels between the two chilling methods.
Duck carcasses were harvested from the plant just before chilling at 20 min post mortem.
Chilling sensitivity of cucumber (Poinsett 76) radicles decreases with distance from the apical tip, with the apical 3-mm tip being the most chilling-sensitive tissue (Rab and Saltveit, 1996).
Combination heating/cooling unit provides temperature control from 35 F to 250 F with up to 20 tons of chilling capacity.
Use as a tumble chiller for cooling kettle-produced products; as a cook/chill tank for low temperature water-bath cooking of meats, rice or potatoes; or as a sous vide production unit for the cooking and chilling of foods under vacuum and the rethermalizing of the same foods.
More immediately, however, the findings have spawned renewed interest in discovering other, less risky ways of chilling the body as a strategy for minimizing nerve death following an interruption in the brain's blood supply.
Successful trials have proven this innovative cryogenic chilling system can chill mayonnaise in seconds--a clear advantage over the standard chilling process, which normally takes longer.
In 2004 Roach Foods was looking to invest in a new in-line chilling system at its processing plant in Bodmin, Cornwall.
Chilling may or may not improve the soundness of a casting when measured by standard non-destructive testing techniques like radiography or dye penetrant inspection, but the influence on microstructure and mechanical properties can be significant.