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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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For more information about Icicle, please visit the Group's website: https://www.iciclegroup.com/
Paine & Partners intends to reinitiate a sale process for Icicle upon completion of the 2015 salmon season.
Show your pride by purchasing a ticket to the Icicle Ball, becoming a partner and/or sponsor of the event, donating an item for our silent auction or all three.
Ice formation in rail tunnels is a safety issue around the world and icicles falling down onto railway tracks have caused several dangerous derailments over the years.
"There are several other very large icicles suspended from the guttering but not quite as spectacular as this one.
"These fabulous chandeliers comprise of hand-blown crystal icicles of varying lengths and often incorporate ribbon LEDs or discreet halogen bulbs to illuminate them," said Steve Parker, founder and director of Stourbridge Glass, a manufacturer of stylish handmade glass and jewellery.
Icicle Seafoods, a seafood harvesting and processing company with facilities in Bellingham, purchased the 315-foot processing vessel M/V Stellar Sea last month.
Here the attempt to grapple with representations of psychedelia and Minimalism goes up in smoke or gets lost in a hall of mirrors, an admission that the rest of the works in Ogg's exhibition seem too self-serious to make, icicle lights notwithstanding.
Icicle Seafoods, Seattle, Washington, USA, has acquired Seattle-based processor Smoki Foods.
SURELY the most under-rated band of the 1980s, THE ICICLE WORKS are back for one last hurrah.
The carnival procession featured performers dressed as vegetables from carrots to peppers, cherry drummers, icicle dancers and Sycamore tree costumes, while rainbows played handmade water pipe horns.
Blaze's baby has a white blaze, too, dropping long and spiked like an icicle. "Let's name the foal Icicle," I say, hugging both Blaze and Icicle.
Over here, a fringe of white icicle lights frames the roofline of your neighbor's ranch house; over there, a multihued explosion of lights adorns the shrubbery that fronts your friend's Cape Cod, "I will make darkness light before them, and crooked places straight" (Isa.