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icebound

[′īs‚bau̇nd]
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Surrounded so closely by ice as to be incapable of proceeding.
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Critique: Exceptionally well written, exhaustively researched, thoroughly informed and informative, "Icebound Empire: Industry and Politics on the Last Frontier, 1898-1938" is a compelling and inherently fascinating read.
Icebound: The Jeannette expedition's quest for the North Pole.
Starting from Toronto, it includes overnight halts at icebound Winnipeg, isolated Edmonton and quaint Jasper en route Vancouver.
Now, many years later, when the everyday concerns of life, money, work and family all weigh heavily on my mind, I close my eyes and picture the channel, mountains and solitude of the rocky, icebound crag.
A US icebreaker was dispatched Sunday to assist an icebound Russian research ship and Chinese vessel trapped during a rescue bid in Antarctica, as the leader of a group airlifted to safety rejected criticism of their expedition.
All 22 crew members stayed with their icebound vessel, which is not in danger of sinking and has weeks' worth of supplies on board.
All 22 crew members stayed with their icebound vessel, which has weeks' worth of supplies on board.
Canberra, Australia - All 52 passengers rescued after being trapped for more than a week on an icebound Russian research ship in the Antarctic were aboard an Australian icebreaker slowly cracking through heavy sea ice Friday toward open water after their dramatic rescue by a Chinese helicopter.
The Finnish-built MV Akademik Shokalskiy, with about 50 passengers and 20 crew aboard, is icebound 2,778 kilometres south of the Australian city of Hobart.
According to news.com.au, they were part of a six-strong group which left icebound Elephant Island, off the coast of Antarctica, on January 24.
We always had something to talk about over lunch because we always had fish, except for one year when the river was icebound.