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There are some areas where people can safely cool off - Greenhead Park has a paddling pool that is open all summer.
I figured if I could cool off the chicken coop, then I could cool off my tiny home made of straw bales and earth plaster.
Swimmers cool off with a dip in the Mersey in the 1930s
Many people headed to water recreation spots in order to take a break and cool off over the weekend, but some of these outings turned fatal as nine people drowned while swimming in Turkey's seas, rivers and lakes.
A SUSPECTED drunken woman was rescued from the sea after she waded in to cool off from the heatwave.
There are a few things you can do to cool off cook offs.
The girls had to be physically separated by the show's male contestants before Diana left the house for a night to cool off with her boyfriend.
CHILDREN in Caernarfon found a new way to cool off in the hot weather yesterday with the switching on of the town's new fountains.
The feeling is even stronger today, but for more than a year we've been saying this seller's market surely must cool off soon, yet it keeps on going,'' said association president Jim Ezell.
PEOPLE who dive into quarries, rivers and canals to cool off are dicing with death, say safety experts.
According to some economists the fall was a sign that the economy was about to cool off.
Participants in a cheerleading camp cool off Thursday in the spray of a hose held by camp manager Kathy Crowley during a break from practicing routines on the University of Oregon campus.
The 16 year-old drowned trying to help a friend, Luke Pugh, 13, who had got into trouble after taking a dip to cool off in a fishing pool in Bilston, Wolverhampton.
In order to cool off the economy, the Reserve Bank is likely to raise interest rates as the year progresses, and that will cool off the heated growth in real estate sales registered in recent years.
If you want to cool off this summer, consider picking up a pint of Frozen Cultured Soy.