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He also played a chilling video of House members instructing one another to take off their identifying lapel pins.
It’s a chilling, truly absorbing film with big implications for the future.
When that’s what gets her fired, it’s a pretty chilling message to send to your employees.
As the world watched rioters take over the US Capitol on January 6, the lack of security was chilling.
“The government now wants a do-over, sending a chilling warning to American business that no sale is ever final,” she said.
In doing so, she expressed fears the hearing itself threatened to have a “chilling effect on the very important aspects of making sure hate speech and misinformation related to health and public safety are allowed to remain on the Internet.”
FACEBOOK, GOOGLE, TWITTER CEOS CLASH WITH CONGRESS IN PRE-ELECTION SHOWDOWNTONY ROMM, RACHEL LERMAN, CAT ZAKRZEWSKI, HEATHER KELLY, ELIZABETH DWOSKINOCTOBER 28, 2020WASHINGTON POST
It was very chilling to hear this theme over and over again.
It sent a chilling message about what had happened at that time in a society, suggesting that we were each of us not simply in danger, but fundamentally alone.
The night wind sweeps across the cheerless park, chilling us to the bone.
There is something cold and chilling in the supports which pride and philosophy alone can afford under the calamities of life.

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