cold settling meaning

  "cold settling" in a sentence
[Chemical engineering]
A process that removes wax from high-viscosity stocks.


  1. Evening came, and the cold settled in.
  2. But aid was slow to trickle in, and aid agencies warned of famine as winter's cold settled in.
  3. It wasn't an easy decision, he said, particularly as the bitter winter cold settles in on Kabul.
  4. After about a year, his biography records that a severe cold settled into his throat that spoiled his voice for public speaking, which he ultimately regained in California's milder climate.
  5. And John Quailes, 34, a former bus helper who said he has been homeless for six years, said that even when bone-chilling cold settles in, he has nowhere else to go.

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