Cooling [verb]

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When the materials revert back as the forces are released, it produces a temperature decrease that can then be exploited for cooling.

Let cool completely on a wire rack before adding the filling to the crust.

Transfer to a wire rack and let cool completely before filling.

If I blow up on my own, it’s cool, but my life doesn’t change at all.

This will prevent airborne pollutants from entering your home’s living space, while also extending the life of your heating and cooling equipment and helping it run at maximum efficiency.

Lows range from the upper 50s in our cooler spots to the mid-60s downtown.

Five of the past eight Novembers, including the past two, have been cooler than normal.

The trail is known for its gorgeous wildflowers in the summer, though it’s also beautiful in the fall, when the leaves begin to change and the weather starts to cool.

What the researchers observed was a phenomenon called “cool flames,” that could potentially be useful to design vehicles that pollute less on Earth.

With cooler temps, colorful leaves, and fewer crowds, fall is the best time to chill out outdoors, whether you’re car camping or in your backyard.