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  • COOL BEFORE — В январе 1998 г. в московском микрорайоне Орехово собралась группа Cool before . Состав: Дмитрий Илюхин (гитара), Павел Тетерский (бас), Влад Даниленко (вокал), Андрей Саломатин (барабаны). В январе 1999 г. на место басиста, приходит Александр… …   Русский рок. Малая энциклопедия

  • cool — 1 adjective 1 TEMPERATURE low in temperature, but not cold, often in a way that feels pleasant: There was a cool breeze blowing off the sea. | sipping a cool drink see cold 1 2 CALM calm and not nervous, upset, embarrassed etc: Now just stay cool …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • cool — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} verb 1 (also cool down) become colder ADVERB ▪ a little, slightly, etc. ▪ completely ▪ quickly, rapidly …   Collocations dictionary

  • cool — 1. adjective /kuːl/ a) Having a slightly low temperature; mildly or pleasantly cold. His proposals had a cool reception. b) Allowing or suggesting heat relief In control as always, he came up with a cool plan …   Wiktionary

  • Cool Dawn — Sire Over The River (FR) Dam Aran Tour Damsire Dubassoff Sex Gelding Foaled 11 May 1988 Country …   Wikipedia

  • Cool Devices — DVD cover Genre Erotic Original video animation …   Wikipedia

  • Cool It (TV series) — Cool It Genre Comedy, impressionism Created by Phil Cool Jasper Carrott Paul Alexander Keith Donnelly Barry Faulkner Directed by David Weir St …   Wikipedia

  • cool down — or[cool off] {v.} To lose or cause to lose the heat of any deep feeling (as love, enthusiasm, or anger); make or become calm, cooled or indifferent; lose interest. * /A heated argument can be settled better if both sides cool down first./ * /John …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • cool down — or[cool off] {v.} To lose or cause to lose the heat of any deep feeling (as love, enthusiasm, or anger); make or become calm, cooled or indifferent; lose interest. * /A heated argument can be settled better if both sides cool down first./ * /John …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • Cool Air — Author H. P. Lovecraft Country United States Language English Genre(s) Horror short story …   Wikipedia

  • Cool flame — is a flame having maximal temperature below about 400 °C.[1] It is usually produced in a chemical reaction of a certain fuel air mixture. Contrary to conventional flame, the reaction is not vigorous and releases very little heat, light and carbon …   Wikipedia

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