cold shot

cold shot

[′kōld ‚shät]
(metallurgy)
Intensely hard, globular portions of the surface of an ingot or casting formed by premature solidification upon first contact with the cold sand during pouring.
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The Dyson Supersonic has four heat settings, three airflow settings, and a cold shot.
Traditionally, Tuaca is served as a cold shot, through the vanilla citrus flavor makes it useable in a range of mixed drinks.
The 49-year-old's first novel, Good Deed, which centres around an Aberdonian detective, got good reviews, and the first draft of followup Cold Shot is almost complete, also featuring Granite City investigator DI Ronnie Buchanan.
99, features tourmaline ceramic technology, three heat and two speed settings, a cold shot button and a concentrator attachment for precise styling, the company says.
The device delivers a blast of cold air when the cold shot button is engaged to allow the user to set style or add lift at the roots.
Weather forecasters have fallen on both sides of the fence over whether a cold shot of wet air will be frigid enough to bring snow to the floor of the Willamette Valley over the next few days.
I think it would be equally good sipped neat from a very cold shot glass
This is the first and almost certainly the last time that a golfer who has won on the main tour only a few days earlier is classified as a cold shot and Sporting's golf man Jody Or gee said last night: "No, it's not a misprint for Richard Johnson, the Welsh golfer who is also playing in Canada, and no, Richard S won't be winning again as this is a much stronger tournament.
99, right, is ideal for drying thicker hair as it delivers fast drying without unnecessary heat, in fact, you can remove the heat altogether with the true cold shot.
I've seen oil in a clean bore throw the first shot over 8" high for the first cold shot and over half that from a clean, dry bore.
The Sauza Blanco Vineyard Shot encourages consumers to take a bite of a grape releasing the juices followed by a cold shot of Sauza Blanco.