Prepositions after "cool"

cool to, in, for, as or off?

In 15% of cases "cool to" is used

Let the cakes cool to room temperature.

Remove from the oven and allow to cool to the touch.

cool to room temperature before icing, about 30 minutes.

Chicken is slow poached whole, allowed to cool to room temperature and cut up into bite-sized pieces.

Once the water has cooled to room temperature, you can strain out the garlic and use it as an enema.

This means to cool to 1956 levels, the average anomaly over the last 10 months of 2011 must reach nearly -- 0.

Crucible placed in a clean drying oven for one hour, drying them out on cool to equilibrium temperature, weight, weight m2; 4.

Human organs can only be preserved for a limited time outside the body and must be consistently cooled to a temperature of four degrees Celsius.

Details Exotic subatomic particles called excitons have been trapped and cooled to the point they formed a giant wave of matter, physicists report.

The cold wind is heated to 250? 350? after passing the hot mineral aggregate and cooled to 150? and discharged after passing the heat-transfer steam generator.

In 11% of cases "cool for" is used

cool for an hour before unmolding.

None have nightlife, shopping, and may to cool for hot hot hot.

Step 11 Take the wax off the heat and leave to cool for a couple of minutes.

Allow to cool for 2-3 minutes on the tray, then transfer to a wire rack to allow to cool completely.

The tart is ready when the pastry is golden, take it out of the oven and leave to cool for 5 minutes.

Similarly when Khidir is thrown to the fire by Dajjal, he feels no pain as Allah made the fire to cool for him.

The final stage involves leaving the kiln to cool for a couple of days, before the finished piece can be removed safely.

Remove from the heat source, allow it to cool for 5 minutes, then pour over the cereal layer and gently shake the pan to distribute the chocolate evenly.

In 11% of cases "cool in" is used

When the cake is done, set it aside to cool in the tin.

Take it off the heat and leave the peel to cool in its syrup.

cool in summer; owing to its small size it could easily be heated in winter, and it had seemed to me ideal in every way.

The weather is cold and wet December through part of March, warmer and less rain April thru May; hot during the months of June through September and mild to cool in October and November.

The embers of Suex took a long time to cool in Britain, especially on the Right, where it resuscitated a strain of Tory anti-Americanism that had not been much in evidence since the 1920s.

In 10% of cases "cool as" is used

When the earth cools as a result of more clouds, the albedo of the Arctic INCREASES- the clouds reflect more than the Arctic ice.

In 10% of cases "cool off" is used

A 14-day cooling off period is also required.

You have a 10 business day cooling off period to reconsider the sale.

The trader can not commence work, supply goods or request any payment during the cooling off period.

This means that during the cooling off period you can change your mind and cancel the agreement without penalty.

There are different rules for cooling off a contract (really not sure what they are) but I would assume they would.

PBR will be on hand with beer &; Jameson specials, and Three Twins will provide ice cream to cool off the contestants.

But please be aware the 3 day cooling off period starts from the time YOU sign the contract, not when the vendor does.

Either that, or make sure you book the pest and building inspections within your 3 day cooling off period - so you can cancel the contract regardless.

In 9% of cases "cool by" is used

Outboard motors are cooled by water.

And on a very hot day it was shady and cooled by sea-breezes.

In the ocean, not only does it stay cooled by water, but fouling algae shield it from sunlight.

If they have been subjected to high temperature in humid weather they shall be cooled by appropriate means.

Many of these runs are shaded by huge mountainsides and cooled by glaciers, so they hold perfect powder right to the end of the season.

In September the humid air is exposed to increasing periods of cooling by night and fog is frequent around dawn in low-lying districts.

Before refrigerators became common sorrel would be cooled by standing in stone or earthenware jars from which it was lifted by long handled ladies.

In 9% of cases "cool on" is used

cool on rack and then slice into 2 layers.

Let them cool on a rack for a few minutes before turning them over and coaxing them out of the pans.

In 5% of cases "cool at" is used

The world has been cooling at 0.

cool at room temperature, then chill in refrigerator.

He was uber cool at the time and I just wanted to be led by him.

And this would happen pretty quickly; the amount of cooling at the peak of the last glacial would be more than enough.

In 4% of cases "cool before" is used

Add your onions and let completely cool before submerging your turkey.

Reheat all pre-cooked food thoroughly and allow to cool before serving.

Hold in mind, as lengthy as your cookies are allowed to cool before getting sealed, they will need to arrive in fantastic condition.

In 2% of cases "cool after" is used

Cooling after the fact and assessing.

Dickens association with Browne cooled after the somewhat disappointing illustrations for A Tale of Two Cities.

In China, for instance, the economy is cooling after the authorities tightened policy last year in order to squeeze inflation.

In 2% of cases "cool due" is used

And as the temperature cools due to decreased insolation, so the water vapour levels drop, even as CO2 levels remain high.

Prevent synthetic fibers, like polyester, that are not as efficient in keeping you cool due to the fact they have a tendency to stick to you.

In 2% of cases "cool from" is used

The sizzle may have lately cooled from the condo sales scene: research firm Urbanation Inc.

The limelight color sure looks cool from the back, though I'd probably find the strips of that color on the face distracting from the screen.

In 2% of cases "cool since" is used

In the global-mean, the lower stratosphere has not noticeably cooled since 1995.

Its is interesting given that planet has been cooling since 2001, yet a rise in CO2.

In 2% of cases "cool with" is used

The relationship cooled with the publication of Dickens ' American Notes, which was critical of America.

In 1% of cases "cool because" is used

All instruments witll have to be self cooling because warming.

All instruments witll have to be self cooling because of global warming.

In 1% of cases "cool below" is used

They found that when a superconducting material is cooled below its critical temperature in the presence of an applied magnetic field, it expels all magnetic flux from its interior.

In 1% of cases "cool during" is used

Add to that the cost dairies must pay for fans and sprinkler systems to keep the animals cool during long hot days and nights.