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Eat nutritious food and wear warm clothes to ward off winter chill
The question arises why legal rules not directed at protected speech might nevertheless chill such speech.
Fewer winter chill days would result in a change in the fruit varieties that could thrive in the south east, said Atkinson.
Our findings suggest that California's fruit and nut industry will need to develop new tree cultivars with reduced chilling requirements and new management strategies for breaking dormancy in years of insufficient winter chill," explains Eike Luedeling, a postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Plant Sciences.
2 : a feeling of coldness accompanied by shivering <She has a fever and chills.
Currently there are seven plants in the United States that commercially air chill poultry and charge a premium price for the product.
One of the people to pick the winning bar will win the ultimate chill out experience at Seaham Hall's Serenity Spa.
But ideally, Buchan says, physicians would like to cool the brain to these temperatures without having to chill the rest of the body -- thus avoiding the various metabolic side-effects of hypothermia, including the adrenalin release that comes with intense shivering.
Building on the success of content creators who have made specials and albums directly available to audiences for personal download, Chill Direct expands on this emergent model, empowering artists to engage their fan bases and build full-scale customizable community hubs where fans and artists can interact.
Cook Chill bags are constructed from multi-layer films designed to protect foods from oxygen and moisture while preserving taste, texture and aroma.
Chill Tent is a new, temporary, portable cold storage room developed by EFM Technologies of Cobham, Surrey.