References in classic literature ?
Here was the chute, with its river of hogs, all patiently toiling upward; there was a place for them to rest to cool off, and then through another passageway they went into a room from which there is no returning for hogs.
Then Kerick sat down on the moss and pulled out a heavy pewter watch and let the drove cool off for thirty minutes, and Kotick could hear the fog-dew dripping off the brim of his cap.
Depend upon it, Marilla, she'll cool off in a week or so and be ready enough to go back of her own accord, that's what, while, if you were to make her go back right off, dear knows what freak or tantrum she'd take next and make more trouble than ever.
TEENAGERS have been warned not to jump into canals or rivers to cool off in the hot weather.
But when July rolls around here in the northern territories of Texas, I'm looking to cool off just like the next guy.
Elsewhere, people were hitting the beach to enjoy the sun - or finding ways to cool off.
As the temperature heats up, the temptation to cool off in a local waterway increases, but so do the dangers.
In this week's Nostalgia we take a seasonal dip and cool off in the river as this group of swimmers take a plunge.
PEOPLE enjoying the hot weather were urged to cool off in the water only at supervised locations after a spate of accidents left two teenage boys dead and a third missing.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- Ten people drowned in Turkey over the weekend as crowds flocked to water to cool off at the end of a sweltering week.
Competing with 3,200 entries in this year's competition, Glenroy won a Certificate of Merit in the flexographic printing category for Cool Off towelettes.
But it wasn't only sweltering kids who needed to cool off.