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deep freeze

see freezer.
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Derek Bryant, 446th Operations Group loadmaster, flew on three Deep Freeze missions with Smith.
For more than 50 years, Coast Guard icebreaker crews have deployed to Antarctica in support of Operation Deep Freeze.
The features of Deep Freeze Cloud provide IT professionals with numerous benefits:
Putting things in deep freeze is a dangerous tactic; there are a whole range of policy items that can be worked out without being affected by the crisis in Syria.
The Army had not participated in Operation Deep Freeze in nearly 20 years, and this was the first time Army watercraft were used for the mission.
Software solutions provider Faronics has announced the immediate availability of Deep Freeze Mac 4.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-31 August 2009-Faronics unveils Deep Freeze Mac 4.
Don't Stop recalls Paul Weller with its gutsy guitar, while A Part Of My Life and Deep Freeze are classic pop.
A TV advert for WellPatch Deep Freeze Cold Patches, by producer The Mentholatum Company, will run from July to September and will feature action from sports events, with each clip culminating in a crunching impact and the tagline: "Play hard--you can always get patched up".
MERSEYSIDE was caught in a deep freeze today as temperatures plummeted below zero.
Some jump from the frying pan to the fire, others from the cooler to the deep freeze.
Climatologists largely agree that the film's scenario is dramatically exaggerated--a relatively rapid deep freeze could occur, but not that fast.