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The chilled beer was refreshing on the hot day.
hardened on the surface or edge by chilling; as, chilled iron; a chilled wheel
having that cloudiness or dimness of surface that is called "blooming."
Chilled is a 1999 EP by Chicane featuring remixes of some of his earlier singles.
The numerical value of chilled in Chaldean Numerology is: 6
The numerical value of chilled in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8
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Federal Election Commissioner Lee Goodman:
Political speakers who are careful about what they do, and who are advised by lawyers, may be chilled from communicating on the Internet, in the light of a 3-3 divide on the commission, there is definitely a chilling effect.
It's not like that. It's pretty chilled, pretty relaxed, we're all friendly and talking to each other and that's fine. When it's match day or game time, for me I'm definitely in my own bubble doing my own thing.
If you are going to be true to yourself and your professional calling, you can never be intimidated, chilled or censored by what the press or others say.
We've done cooking classes before and they're quite static, this has been a bit more hands-on. We also liked the idea of this because it's different, and more chilled.
We expected that increase with all the recent publicity about our suit, that number should really increase after we win on the appeal that the city filed. People right now are not applying because they are chilled by the fact that the city is not complying with the court ruling.
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