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icicles

(ˈɑɪs sɪklæz)
n. pure cocaine in a crystallized form. (Drugs.) Are icicles the same as crack?
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BACKGROUND: SEAWATER ICE AND ICICLES. The major characteristic of ice formed of seawater is that it contains salts, and its salinity is measurable (Cox and Weeks 1974).
Many icicles develop wavy surfaces that look as wrinkled as pushed-up shirtsleeves.
2 PHIILIIP, ICICLES AND SPIKE SCULPTURES Even if experimental pop hadn't become the knowing piffle it currently is, these fifteen songs would still stand way, way out.
Lying head to foot on the floor, these sculptures at first glance resemble icicles. Then, variegated bubbles could be discerned that give the pieces a kind of backbone--an index in effect of the slight irregularities in their surfaces, of the liquid and potentially fluid quality of their interior.
New Young Pony Club sqajuyh3qajuyh3 (oops, cat wrote that bit) almost got stuck in that trap, part of the nu rave craze a few years back that gave the world Klaxons and Test Icicles. But don't let that put you off* - NYPC are back with a pretty nifty new album The Numbers that proves the four-piece were more than just a flash in the pan.
Wrote one fan on a Sky HD internet message board: "Last night's shots were exceptional - the hairs had icicles on them."
THIS curious rambler is clearly confident the weather isn't going to change as he examines spectacular 12ft icicles formed from river water as it ran over a cliff.
Test Icicles frontman Sam Mehran was yesterday ordered to pay pounds 250 compensation to a 14-year-old boy who needed stitches to a head wound.