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ice pick

[′īs ‚pik]
(design engineering)
A hand tool for chipping ice.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Patients with moderate to severe atrophic icepick acne scars were included.
The skin on her face was thin and drawn as tight as the skin on an onion and her eyes were gray and sharp like the points of two icepicks. Parker understood why he had married her--he couldn't have got her any other way--but he couldn't understand why he stayed with her now.
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However, an unexpected subsequent fade-in reveals the camera still tracking under the bed, finally discovering the ominous icepick. This time the fade-out does signal the end of the film, but the situation has now changed: in spite of Beth's confirmed criminality and death, Nick is not safe yet.
She may drift this way for a thousand years, and then one day there she is on your doorstep, a world-renowned icthyologist with an icepick in her raised arm.
Recalling the lobotomies for which Egas Moniz won the Nobel Prize in 1949 (even while calling them "primitive"), Isaac and Armat applaud the 3500 "operations" later performed by Walter Freeman with icepick, hammer, and homespun technique.
Earlier this week, police arrested three young activists from Germany who were carrying a tear gas canister, an icepick and wrenches along with documents "linked to the extreme left", prosecutors said.
Significant improvements were also seen with superficial scars (P less than .05) and deep boxcar atrophic scars (P less than .01) on the laser-treated sides of patients' faces, compared with the control sides, but significant improvements were not seen with the number of papules and nodules or with icepick or rolling scars.
Icepick scars were observed in 21.4% and a combination of pits, craters, icepick and boxcar scars were seen in 12.5% patients.
Based on the autopsy report, the victim succumbed to multiple deep penetration trauma, or tiny stab wounds in his heart, believed inflicted with an icepick.
Usis was stabbed in the shoulder using an 11-inch improvised icepick. Olaguer said Usis opted not to push charges.