from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Of or relating to low temperatures.
- adj. Requiring or suitable to cryogenic storage.
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- adj. of, relating to, or performed at low temperatures
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Producing cold; especially, noting an apparatus or a laboratory for experimenting at the extreme low temperatures which may be produced by the evaporation of liquefied ethylene, air, oxygen, or hydrogen.
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- adj. of or relating to very low temperatures
Episode Recaps: In “Space Seed,” the Enterprise encounters Khan Noonien Singh, a genetically modified human from the 21st century who fled Earth and put himself in cryogenic hibernation.
Unfortunately, the ship crash lands on the planet, leaving its meager crew to search for a suitable home for the colonists (what's left of them) who wait it out in cryogenic freeze.
No “do not suspend” order on file, so he was placed in cryogenic suspension.
Then we can listen to figures who have been in cryogenic suspension since the 1970s.
Long-term cryogenic storage costs about $125 per year.
When democrats leave office their problems are stored in cryogenic ice freezers in space so that when the good old republican days are over they’re waiting for the next democrat (sic) president.
Supposedly, she was still in cryogenic suspension after an early model had become inextricably integrated with her central nervous system and driven her psychotic with round the clock renditions of Tom Jones’ “Sex Bomb.”
While high-end chefs have lately been using liquid nitrogen to turn all kinds of food into dots, Dippin' Dots was a pioneer, introducing its first product 23 years ago and creating a category that is now known as cryogenic ice cream.
The most common process of fractionation used to isolate argon from the air is called cryogenic fractional distillation.
"If they don't, the chances are we go into a kind of cryogenic state with the Uruguay Round."