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ICES

Abbreviation for:
Integrated Community Equipment Stores 
Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences
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We can settle up about the estate after dinner; I've missed nearly all the skating as it is, and I doubt if the ice will hold till to-morrow night.
With difficulty, Captain; for the season is already too far advanced for you to reckon on the breaking of the ice.
A narrow riband ran along the shore, and sometimes there was a kind of bridge across the stream, formed of old ice and snow.
The seal must have open water to live and catch fish in, and in the deep of winter the ice would sometimes run eighty miles without a break from the nearest shore.
We had now reached the southernmost extremity of the great ice barrier.
The Carrion Caves consist of a series of twenty-seven connecting chambers, and present the appearance of having been eroded by running water in some far-gone age when a mighty river found its way to the south through this single breach in the barrier of rock and ice that hems the country of the pole.
Daylight, between mouthfuls, fed chunks of ice into the tin pot, where it thawed into water.
Come in," Messner called, in a voice muffled because at the moment he was sucking loose a fragment of ice from its anchorage on his upper lip.
He was seated on the ice, making spasmodic efforts to smile, but anguish was depicted on every lineament of his countenance.
As day broke clear and cold, they entered the river, with behind them a sea of ice.
The soil here consists of ice and volcanic ashes interstratified; and at a little depth beneath the surface it must remain perpetually congealed, for Lieut.
Whoever camps for a week in summer by the shore of a pond, needs only bury a pail of water a few feet deep in the shade of his camp to be independent of the luxury of ice.