And land it was that the eight-legged, limping Thing had led them to--some granite- tipped, sand-beached islet off the coast, shod and sheathed and masked with ice
so that no man could have told it from the floe, but at the bottom solid earth, and not shifting ice
The temperature was always at 5@ below zero; every outward part of the Nautilus was covered with ice
The river was sheeted with ice, broken into hills at long intervals.
Sometimes the crags and promontories forced them upon the narrow riband of ice that bordered the shore; sometimes they had to scramble over vast masses of rock which had tumbled from the impending precipices; sometimes they had to cross the stream upon the hazardous bridges of ice and snow, sinking to the knee at every step; sometimes they had to scale slippery acclivities, and to pass along narrow cornices, glazed with ice and sleet, a shouldering wall of rock on one side, a yawning precipice on the other, where a single false step would have been fatal.
And even Italy is not primarily associated with ice," said the Italian.
If I have to begin the day with ice, in the American fashion, I prefer it in smaller quantities.
Belgian waffles, store-bought or homemade, topped with ice
cream and assorted sauces make delicious snacks or desserts.
Partially fill a plastic bag with ice
and then suck the extra air out of the bag.
They tell us it must be exactly like ballroom dancing," says Dubova, who has been involved with ice
dance long enough to have seen how the cycles of change occur.
DETROIT, June 28 /PRNewswire/ -- The hottest way to cool off this 4th of July weekend will be with Ice
-- beer, that is
It looks like a snowball because it has frozen and is riddled with ice
I've been working with ice
my entire life, but the opportunity to create a 20-ton Snapple on Ice pop even sent chills down my spine," said Bollkman Zuleta, who has been working on the massive Snapple on Ice pop since mid-May.