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ice pack

[′īs ‚pak]
(oceanography)
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The inventor of the Cole Specialty Ice Pack now seeks a third party licensee to manufacture, market, and distribute the product for her under a royalty agreement.
In particular, this press release contains forward-looking information which includes statements regarding the timing and delivery of the iCE PACK systems and referenced Freightliner trucks, demand for our products, the future success of our business and technology strategies, intentions of partners and potential customers, the performance and competitiveness of our products and expansion of product coverage and future market opportunities.
To continue with our thought experiment, let's suppose that we flew our helicopter south over the vast ice pack.
He might have had an ice pack on his shoulder but he puts ice in his drinks as well.
I recommend that dancers bring at least one elastic ankle brace or knee brace along with an ice pack that activates by compression.
Bond was at first thought to be suffering from the heat but concern later grew for his back, which was placed in an ice pack.
A friend of mine tells the tale of requesting an ice pack from a nurse to cool his dangerously high fever, only to find out that the hospital had run out of ice.
If you are ever tempted to reach for a bag of frozen peas to use as an ice pack to ease painful bruising -- beware
Blunt-faced, they cock and bull their way through these photographs, even when bruised and battered (Bloody Nose, Ice Pack, both 1998); there is something brutish about the leering boy in Blow-up, 1999, with his cavernous nostrils, big teeth, and heavy eyebrows.
At Southwell, Ice Pack can confirm some recent good efforts on the all-weather by taking the Rouge Classified Stakes (2.
The expedition, completed on July 31, found the polar ice pack in the western Arctic, bet-ween Alaska and Russia, was melting rapidly.
Scientists drove pole-shaped devices into the ice pack to measure ice thickness, density, and temperature.