Chiller

[NES] Australian War Memorial www.awm.org.au Photograph 118640; caption: "Physical description: Black & white Summary: Kuching, Sarawak, Borneo. 1945-09-13. Kuching Force. Australian Officer Prisoner of War barracks showing the front. This building used to house about 60 officers. (Photographer Lt A. W. Horner)" ...
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Chiller

[TV channel] Chiller is a 24-hour American cable and satellite television channel specializing in horror and suspense programming. ==History== On January 12, 2007, NBCUniversal announced its intent to launch Chiller on March 1, dedicated to films and television shows related to the horror genre. The company also stated that, aside from thei
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Chiller

A device that generates a cold liquid that is circulated through an air-handling unit's cooling coil to cool the air supplied to the building.
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Chiller

[video game] Chiller is an Exidy light gun arcade game released in 1986. An unlicensed port was released for the Nintendo Entertainment System in 1990 by American Game Cartridges, with the option of using either the standard controller or the NES Zapper. The player takes on the role of an unseen torturer who must maim, mutilate, and murder
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Chiller

A chiller is a machine that removes heat from a liquid via a vapor-compression or absorption refrigeration cycle. This liquid can then be circulated through a heat exchanger to cool air or equipment as required. ==Use in air conditioning== In air conditioning systems, chilled water is typically distributed to heat exchangers, or coils, in air hand
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chiller

A device used for cooling water for the purpose of space cooling or air conditioning. The chilled water is distributed throughout a building using pipes or air ducts or both. Chillers, which may be described as 'centrifugal chillers,' 'reciprocating chillers,' or 'absorption chillers,' are generally...
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Chiller

[typeface] Chiller is a decorative style font, with a dangerous and reckless look, however it is very legible. It is currently supported by all major browsers. ...
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