chiller chiller  /ˈtʃɪ lər/


  • (n) excitation that makes your hair stand up or that chills your bones


  1. In the Year of the Pig is a new kind of chiller movie.
  2. They even have a small beverage chiller that can serve cold drinks.
  3. Most were comics, pulps, detective chillers.


  1. Hamilton Pacific Chamberlain Recently Completed a Chiller Replacement at the Naval Support Facility in Dahlgren VA

    Hamilton Pacific Chamberlain provides support to the Naval Forces, with a new chiller and associated ducting and engineering. (PRWeb June 11, 2013) Read the full story at
    on June 12, 2013     Source: PRWeb

  2. Veterans program helps returning military transition into workforce

    Hector Ayala (left) of Aurora checks a water chiller with mentor Ed Kelly, HVAC foreman at Wheaton Academy, on campus May 30. Ayala, a military veteran, recently graduated from the Midwest Energy Efficiency Alliance's Building Operator Certificate Program, a pilot program intended to train veterans on building energy efficiency and facility management.
    on June 8, 2013     Source: Huntley Farmside

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  1. Head of BBC Wales Drama and the show's exec producer, Julie Gardner, said: "Stewart Harcourt's adaptation is a visceral, sexy and bold re-telling of Bram Stoker's classic chiller, which will blow the cobwebs off traditional period drama, and we've...
    on Aug 10, 2006 By: Julie Gardner Source: C21Media

  2. "Steve and I are very excited about 'The Hills Are Alive' on Chiller. It's a great opportunity to showcase the kind of independent, no-rules work that, at this point, only the web supports," said Thompson. "We wanted to prove that for very...
    on Jul 20, 2008 By: Caroline Thompson Source: The Futon Critic

  3. "Bill Cardille is a guy who, whether it was 'Chiller Theater' or 'Studio Wrestilng,' added so much to it," said Sammartino, a two-time world champion who formed a lasting friendship with Cardille.
    on Sep 1, 2007 By: Bruno Sammartino Source: Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

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