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ice skates

slang Code for crystal meth (methamphetamine hydrochloride). A reference to the ice-like appearance of the drug. I've got the grass for you. If you want something a bit stronger, I've got some ice skates as well.
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The balance and grace ice skaters achieve is enhancing the overall learning experience of students of the Vernon Hills Montessori Academy, who, once a week, are learning to ice skate at Skate Room, the new indoor ice skating rink in Hawthorn Mall in Vernon Hills.
The festive fun doesn't stop there as visitors can swap their ice skates for a 4D Christmas adventure with Santa on the centre's 4D Motion Ride, Sleigh Ride.
"Used ice skates, all donated, are available at Pernet Family Health as long as they last," she said.
He says: "I have managed to get to a mature age without ever putting on ice skates - and, sadly, it showed!
[ClickPress, Fri Apr 26 2019] Ice skating is an act wherein one can move on ice with the help of ice skates. Ice skating is done for various purposes such as thrill and leisure.
Vernon Hills High School students traded sneakers for ice skates during lunch periods Tuesday as the building's foyer was temporarily turned into a skating rink.
YOUNGSTERS from North Fawdon Primary School got their ice skates on and learned about science at the same time, thanks to a donation from developer Multiplex.
Most prominently, you can ice skate directly in front of Vienna's City Hall during the festive Christmas market.
The exact time and process by which humans first learned to ice skate is not known, though archeologists believe the activity was widespread.