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  • adj. Excessively cooled


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  • The surface is apt then to be overcooled before the interior of the head is affected.

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  • Then, if you have overcooled with the soap and acid, it will be well to rub over with warm oil.

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  • Yet if the air can be dried out directly, it need not be overcooled and then reheated, according to advocates of these "desiccant" systems.

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  • Among these is the adoption of an overcooled Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) system which reduces NOx emissions.


  • The British, who lived within spitting distance of Romanesque cathedrals and gardens laid out and ministered to for three hundred years and pubs that were established businesses when Henry VIII was dumping his fourth wife, wanted to eat over-mustarded hot dogs in the shadow of Cinderella’s Castle or drink an overcooled Bass Ale in some fake pub in Orlando.

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