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simmer

[′sim·ər]
(engineering)
The detectable leakage of fluid in a safety valve below the popping pressure.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Because no amount of standing at the sidelines wincing as you cry: 'Ooh, watch out' or 'simmer down!' will make a difference to the (very high) likelihood that every young guest will end up leaving with a party bag, a piece of cake and a black eye.
Simmer down, 007 watchers --Tom Hiddleston isn't the only British heartthrob with the charm and swagger to play James Bond.
In 1964, the Wailers topped the Jamaican charts with Simmer Down. During the early 1970s the Upsetters members Aston "Family Man" Barrettand his brother Carlton (Carlie) Barrett, formed the Wailers Band, providing instrumental backing for The Wailers.
espresso roast for drip coffee and espresso-based beverages and Simmer Down, a Swiss Water Process Decaf.
As Roxas starts to simmer down, Presidential spokesman Edwin Lacierda joined the fray when he took a swipe at the Davao local executive for being a "rumormonger," a "spoiled dictatorial brat," a "two-bit goon," among others.
Turkish lira weakened to as low as 2.7977 against the US dollar early on Monday terrorist attacks failed to simmer down fueling security concerns in the country.
REGGAE star Apache Indian wants Birmingham's biggest gangs to agree a truce - and to declare it at today's Simmer Down festival in the city's Handsworth Park.
Steel Pulse are headlining the Simmer Down Festival on Sunday, a free event in Handsworth Park, 30 years after they last played it and nine years after they last played in Birmingham.
Ahlam will surely have to simmer down a notch or twenty if she doesn't want the relationship with Wael, whom she had originally welcomed so warmly , to take a sharp turn for the worse.
It's been suggested both teams need to simmer down and focus on playing cricket in the second Test which gets underway in Adelaide on Thursday.
communicating purely through voice samples during the set, but phrases such as Simmer down, Aberdeen and Thank you very much were used to great effect and it was clear that he and Wigglesworth were also enjoying themselves.
Aitzaz and the rest of opposition demanded an apology over this attitude of interior minister, and staged a walkout, sans MQM: which, as a tradition was not pacified by official benches, after Senator Raja Zafar-ul-Haq advised all to let "opposition simmer down itself".