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ICE

abbreviation for INSTITUTE OF CHARTERED ENGINEERS.
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As one-of-a-kind set in the rapidly developing city of Ajman, the Crescent Star is a short distance from the crystalline waters of the Arabian Sea, one of the most unique coastlines in the UAE.
We splash around in crystalline water, swim alongside turtles and gawp at giant starfish studded with knuckles of brilliant orange.
In an effort to understand why Charon is covered with fresh, crystalline water ice less than 100,000 years old, two astronomers took high-quality spectra--and found ammonia hydrates, which should act as antifreeze inside the ice-rich moon.
Clathrate hydrates are ice-like inclusion complexes between small, usually gaseous guests and crystalline water hosts.
For just over three minutes, the Andrews Sisters carried war-weary Americans off to the tropics for a respite from the war--to Trinidad, to be exact, to beaches of pure white sand where they could soak up the sun while gazing out at crystalline water under a clear blue sky as native servants scurried about delivering icy drinks.
It wasn't 20 minutes before we began encountering croakers feeding on a slight contour break in 4 feet of water, and I drilled a pair of unsuspecting fish as they munched on crayfish in the crystalline water.
Sir Humphrey Davy discovered gas hydrates or clatharates in 1810; they are crystalline water based solids physically resembling ice, in which small non-polar molecules (typically gases) are trapped inside cages of hydrogen bonded water molecules.
5ha crystalline water feature will form the centrepiece of the $1.
This new system takes crystalline water of the highest quality from the sustainable crystalline lagoon to cool the industrial process.
Viceroy Maldives will feature 61 luxury villas, situated both over the crystalline water as well as on the beaches that ring the 17-acre Vagaru Island.
Observations of the primary body made by Chadwick Trujillo (Gemini Observatory) and his colleagues reveal the strong spectral signature of crystalline water ice.
The chosen site was ideal: a west-facing slope of the Funeral Mountains, overlooking the valley floor, close to the crystalline water of those prodigious springs.