Cool refers to a moderately low temperature. Alternatively, cool or COOL may refer to:
- Cool (aesthetic), an aesthetic of attitude, behavior, and style
- Cool (African aesthetic), an aesthetic standard in artistic expression and physical appearance
- Cool (programming language)
- Country of Origin Labeling, an American food labeling requirement
- Mr. Cool, a fictional character in the Mr. Men children's book series
- COOL, a computer language used in the CLIPS tool
- Cool was the internal name of C#
- Coastal Ocean Observation Lab, part of the Institute of Marine and Coastal Sciences
- A classification of some colors
- Majesco Entertainment a company traded under the NASDAQ with ticker symbol COOL.
Other articles related to "cool":
... Cool Blue was a radio station in Auckland New Zealand, operated by The Radio Network broadcasting on 96.1 FM between 2001 and 2004 ... Unlike other radio stations operated by The Radio Network, Cool Blue was only available in the Auckland region and not networked to other regions ... Due to low ratings The Radio Network stopped operation of Cool Blue and used the frequency to start Flava ...
... Cool Aid (Full name Cool Aid The National Carbon Test) was a special that aired in Australia on Network 10 ...
... The Black Oak Mine Unified School District serves Cool ... Cool currently has just one school - Northside School - catering for elementary (K-6) and middle school (7-8) grades ... Until 2007 there was also another K-5 and middle school - Cool Christian School ...
... "Baby" is the second single from rapper LL Cool J's 13th album Exit 13 ... The song was written by LL Cool J, 50 Cent, and The-Dream ...
... They can be found in electronic systems such as computers where they cool the circuits inside, and in appliances such as hair dryers and space heaters ... Fans used to cool electrical equipment or in engines or other machines do cool the equipment directly by forcing hot air into the cooler environment outside of the machine ...
Famous quotes containing the word cool:
“In strict science, all persons underlie the same condition of an infinite remoteness. Shall we fear to cool our love by mining for the metaphysical foundation of this elysian temple? Shall I not be as real as the things I see? If I am, I shall not fear to know them for what they are.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)
“A favorite of outdoor alcoholics, connoisseurs and Fundamentalists, these pills turn water into wine. In 10 minutes the most fetid swamp scum in the forest can become modest red, elusive and light on first taste, yet playfulone might say a trifle impudenton the afterbite. Saves pack space by eliminating need for bulky corkscrew, decanter and bottles. Store pills on their sides in a cool dark place.”
—Alfred Gingold, U.S. humorist. Items From Our Catalogue, Wine Pills, Avon Books (1982)
“Up from the meadows rich with corn,
Clear in the cool September morn,”
—John Greenleaf Whittier (18071892)