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ice pick

[′īs ‚pik]
(design engineering)
A hand tool for chipping ice.
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We kicked with our toes to get a grip in the side of the mountain and planted our ice picks (which were not just hand luggage after all).
When he plunges an ice pick through four layers of Kevlar fabric wrapped around a foam block, it goes right through.
He became a roving instant brain surgeon, lining up patients in a row to jam ice picks simultaneously up both eye sockets to destroy both frontal lobes, taking less than 10 minutes per patient.
I could tell you about anything from steamships to ice picks.
Del Rosario said he and another passenger were held up by two robbers armed with ice picks.
In two incidents happening two days apart, he fell victim to a robbery hold-up in a jeepney and then witnessed a robber stab a resisting victim with an ice pick.
com and make nominations for Smirnoff Ice Picks 2001 before December 3.
But it still paints a portrait of an adventurer who's so selfish it's surprising his colleagues don't kebab him with their ice picks.
My staff is out there with their shovels, their ice picks.