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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Icicle noted that its diversified business and operations remain strong and that the company continues to be well-positioned as a leader in the North American seafood sector.
"We are very excited to announce the addition of the M/V Stellar Sea to Icicle," said Don Giles, Icicle's Chief executive officer, in a press release.
The penciled lines on the former work had radiated outward from the Christmas lights that appear in negative, dangling from a strand like icicles, on the latter.
"We are very pleased to announce this transaction with Smoki Foods," said Don Giles, Icicle president.
Now a pre-Christmas tour takes in Newcastle's Carling Academy on December 15 - though he's adamant that will be the end of The Icicle Works.
HUNDREDS of children from four schools in Frankley dressed up as fruit and veg, trees and icicles to take part in a colourful carnival procession.
We go to the back and open the trailer door for Blaze and Icicle.
The architects brought in Toshio Iwai, an artist specializing in interface design, to help them develop ICE, which they describe as 'an icicle -- a pure white element that allows clouds of information to condense'.
Icicle Creek Chamber Music Institute, Leavenworth, 7/6-7/27.
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Manufacturers have successfully marketed a wide array of indoor and outdoor decorating items -- from icicle string lights and window luminaries to candles, centerpieces and wall decor -- as products that take the stress out of holiday entertaining and make the home warm and peaceful.