COLD

Computer Output to Laser Disk

Cold

Cold is slang for untraceable.
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Cold

[Nicole Scherzinger song] Archives ...
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cold

[adj] - (color) giving no sensation of warmth 2. [adj] - marked by errorless familiarity 3. [adj] - no longer new 4. [adj] - so intense as to be almost uncontrollable 5. [adj] - sexually unresponsive 6. [adj] - without compunction or human feeling 7. [adj] - extended meanings 8. [adj] - used of physical coldness 9...
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COLD

Computer Output to Laser Disk, also referred to as ERM (Enterprise Report Management). Process whereby computer output, such as reports, are captured, indexed and stored to optical disk. Cheaper than online storage with the possibility of direct recovery using indexed searches. Sometimes referred to as COM replacement.
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COLD

(In topic `Knowledge, Document, Workflow & Content Management`) COLD (Computer Output to Laser Disk) is a technique for the transfer of computer-generated output to optical disk so that it can be viewed or printed without use of the original program). A COLD system consists of software and hardware to store and index computer output on optical medi...
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Cold

Cold (kōld) adjective [ Compar. Colder (-ẽr); superl. Coldest .] [ Middle English cold , cald , Anglo-Saxon cald , ceald ; akin to Old Saxon kald , Dutch koud , German kalt...
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Cold

Cold noun 1. The relative absence of heat or warmth. 2. The sensation produced by the escape of heat; chilliness or chillness. « When she saw her lord prepared to part, A deadly cold ran shivering to her heart. Dryden. » 3. (Medicine) A morb...
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Cold

Cold intransitive verb To become cold. [ Obsolete] Chaucer.
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<virology> A slang term that describes a viral upper respiratory infection which results from inflammation of the mucous membranes of the nasal cavity. ... (27 Sep 1997) ...
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cold

cold-blooded adjective without compunction or human feeling; `in cold blood`; `cold-blooded killing`; `insensate destruction`
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cold

(kōld) common cold. a relatively low temperature; the lack of heat. A total absence of heat is absolute zero, at which all molecular motion ceases. See also hypothermia and frostbite. low in physiological activity. low in radioactivity.
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Cold

• (v. i.) To become cold. • (n.) Unwelcome; disagreeable; unsatisfactory. • (n.) Not sensitive; not acute. • (n.) A morbid state of the animal system produced by exposure to cold or dampness; a catarrh. • (n.) Distant; -- said, in the game of hunting for some object, of a seeker remote from the thing concealed. • (n.) ...
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cold

(from the article `Antarctica`) The unique weather and climate of Antarctica provide the basis for its familiar appellations—Home of the Blizzard and White Desert. By far the ... The second major criterion for gasoline—that the fuel be sufficiently volatile to enable the car engine to start quickly in cold weather—is ... ...
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cold

Type: Term Pronunciation: kōld Definitions: 1. A low temperature; the sensation produced by a temperature noticeably below an accustomed norm or a comfortable level. 2. Popular term for a viral infection involving the upper respiratory tract and characterized by congestion of the nasal mucous membrane, watery nasal rhinorrhea, and general mala...
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Cold

Cold refers to the condition or subjective perception of having low temperature, the absence of hot. A lower bound to temperature is absolute zero, defined as 0 K on the Kelvin scale, an absolute thermodynamic temperature scale. This corresponds to −273.15 °C on the Celsius scale, −459.67 °F on the Fahrenheit scale, and 0 °R on the Rankine ...
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Cold

Refers to non-energized equipment, lines or circuits.
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COLD

A condition marked by low or decidedly subnormal temperature. The lack of heat. Related term: Dave's Dictionary
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cold

Type: Term Definitions: 1. psychrophobia.
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Cold

In context; attack geometry will result in a pass or roll out behind the target; or, on a leg of the CAP pointed away from the anticipated threats. Air-to-surface, dry or no-ordnance attack.
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cold

An absence or lack of heat energy.
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Cold

To be Cold is to be on a losing streak.
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This process merely involves chilling wine prior to bottling. This causes tartaric acid to crystallise out, thereby avoiding the formation of tartrate crystals, specifically potassium hydrogen tartrate, when the wine is in the bottle.
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COLD

Chronic obstructive lung disease
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Cold

In the winter, cold refers to four to seven degrees Celsius below normal.
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