Cool

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.

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Famous quotes containing the word cool:

    Constant fervor for a cause, though it may be the loftiest and our very own, betrays, like all things that rest on absolute faith, a lack of spiritual nobility: whose distinguishing mark is always—the cool glance.
    Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900)

    When the soul drifts uncertainly between life and the dream, between the mind’s disorder and the return to cool reflection, it is in religious thought that we should seek consolation.
    Gérard De Nerval (1808–1855)

    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 playful—one might say a trifle impudent—on 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)