old ice

old ice

[′ōld ′īs]
(oceanography)
Floating sea ice that is more than 2 years old.
References in classic literature ?
A narrow riband ran along the shore, and sometimes there was a kind of bridge across the stream, formed of old ice and snow.
For the transfer, Transport and marketing / utilization of scrap iron in landshut, The following performance is required: The following performance profile is required: Transfer of the old ice from the collection points, Including transport and weighing / mass determination (in 2016 about 1.
Million year old ice cores were just one-upped by an even older core found in Antarctica.
Builders started on the adventure playground in April, and have turned three acres of grass and an old ice cream kiosk into an impressive timbered cafe with landscaping overlooking the River Mersey, in a project that has so far cost pounds 480,000.
Builders started on the adventure playground in April and have turned three acres of grass and an old ice cream kiosk into an impressive timbered cafe with landscaping overlooking the Mersey which has so far cost pounds 480,000.
Following a consultation on Durham's North Road by Durham County Council the city's MP Roberta Blackman-Woods now wants residents' views on the old Ice Rink and Framwellgate Waterside sites.
Another old ice seller Muhammad Ramzan, said the demand of ice has declined as compared to the previous years.
We'll never hang out," she tells him, rather cruelly, but then relents and accompanies him on his rounds, selling drugs from an old ice cream cart.
There are more than 100 works being shown in 15 locations, including the old ice houses and prison cells, a disused car show room and the facade of Berwick's old cinema as a projection screen and the more traditional setting of the Maltings Arts Centre.
There was nothing wrong with the old ice rink, it was just in the way of Cardiff council making money on a city centre site (I believe there was a provision made by the developer to allow a replacement rink to be provided).
MEMORIES: Carl Mancini with the old ice cream cart.
But why is old ice so interesting to the scientific community?