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A reduction in temperature, e.g. of a patient, a laboratory sample, or a chemical reagent.
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Q. Is there any exercise which can cool my body and also help to reduce my fat belly and body? I am having big belly and fat body. My body is fatty and this makes me lazy and dull. I feel bad and have low self esteem. I have tried with exercise and it also helped me to get good body but I cannot keep it regular. Exercise makes my body which takes time to cool down. What shall I do? Is there any exercise which can cool my body and also help to reduce my fat belly and body?

A. i have to agree with william- swimming is a wonderful way to coll your body and loose weight. you can also run in the park during the winter, or skiing naked :)

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References in classic literature ?
Their world is far gone in its cooling and this world is still crowded with life, but crowded only with what they regard as inferior animals.
At first, the researchers focused on the most obvious and dramatic turnovers-the sudden warmings and coolings that punctuated the last ice age.
From carbon-14 dating of the sediment core layers, Bond pinpointed the ages of the peak coolings to 1,050, 3,050, 3,950, 5,650, and 8,050 years ago, with each cold spell lasting about 800 years.
Various studies of pollen and tree rings also show coolings at these times.
Other scientists, however, question that Holocene coolings affected the entire world.
Geoscientists have discovered evidence of a widespread cooling 8,200 years ago that raises questions about the stability of the modern climate.
The researchers discovered signs of the cooling preserved within Greenland's thick ice sheet, a remnant of the giant glacial blankets that existed during the ice age.
The cooling exceeds all other Holocene temperature changes recorded in GISP 2.