icicle

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icicle

[ī‚sik·əl]
(hydrology)
Ice shaped like a narrow cone, hanging point downward from a roof, fence, or other sheltered or heated source from which water flows and freezes in below-freezing air.
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If they're not hanging in a place where they can fall on a person or animal below them, icicles can be left to melt naturally.
Provision of services for cleaning snow from roofs without removal of snow (ice, icicles) after cleaning the roofs (ebb) in the territory of the customer;rendering services for the decapitation of icicles without the removal of snow (ice, icicles) after cleaning the roofs (outflows of drainpipes) outside the territory of the customer.
Icicles, which serves a range of ice creams, sundaes, milkshakes, crepes and waffles, has been launched by Andrea Longo, owner of Honley-based ice cream equipment manufacturer Longo & Co.
orchardgateway emerged as the favourite among voters for its 'An Icicle Xmas' theme, with its one-of-a-kind interactive Christmas attraction captivating tourists and locals along Orchard Road.
Look for versions where the light moves down the icicle so it looks like dripping water.
In extreme cold weather icicles can build up in size very quickly and are lethal.
It had icicles and sweets, chocolate fences and a gingerbread tree as well as lighting up inside.
has revealed that Nansulate High Heat clear thermal insulation coating has received acceptance for the second phase of a project to prevent icicle build up in tunnels and on structures in Europe.
OVERHANGING icicles from a cliff face and tunnel stopped traffic on the A55.