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ICE

abbreviation for INSTITUTE OF CHARTERED ENGINEERS.
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This was more beautiful than words can describe, for in the constant progress of the ice it has changed the form of its extremity and formed a vast cavern, as blue as the sky above, and rippled like a frozen ocean.
Ice surrounded us on all sides, and closed the horizon.
This is a beautiful and very fertile valley, about twenty miles long and five or six broad; a bright cold stream called the Fourche de Glace, or Ice River, runs through it.
And all this happened far away to the north, beyond Labrador, beyond Hudson's Strait, where the great tides heave the ice about, north of Melville Peninsula--north even of the narrow Fury and Hecla Straits--on the north shore of Baffin Land, where Bylot's Island stands above the ice of Lancaster Sound like a pudding-bowl wrong side up.
For the weather steadily hardened and sharpened; that night the ice of the lake, glimmering in the moonlight, was like a marble floor, and they had begun to dance and skate on it before it was dark.
You crossed this ice field last night in the long chase that you led us.
Enormous granite boulders blocked the way on every hand; deep rifts in the ice threatened to engulf us at the least misstep; and from the north a slight breeze wafted to our nostrils an unspeakable stench that almost choked us.
But we found ice only on that one morning, and that was the coldest winter we experienced.
Kama, with a snowshoe and the other ax, cleared away the two feet of snow above the Yukon ice and chopped a supply of ice for cooking purposes.
he addressed the dogs, which had dropped down heavily on the ice to rest.
Old Wardle led the way to a pretty large sheet of ice, and the fat boy and Mr.
Rachel Lynde are going to make ice cream--think of it, Marilla--ICE CREAM