Water or other fluid frozen or reduced to the solid state by cold; frozen water. It is a white or transparent colorless substance, crystalline, brittle, and viscoidal. Its specific gravity (0.92, that of water at 4° C. being 1.0) being less than that of water, ice floats.
Water, cream, custard, etc., sweetened, flavored, and artificially frozen.
Any substance having the appearance of ice; as, camphor ice.
To cover with ice; to convert into ice, or into something resembling ice.
To cover with icing, or frosting made of sugar and milk or white of egg; to frost, as cakes, tarts, etc.
To chill or cool, as with ice; to freeze.
(n.)...unfortunately, the epidemic of choice for many young people here in Hawaii. Also frozen water you buy at the store to keep your cold ones cold.
The distance between where a delivered rock must be aimed (the skip's broom at the distant end) and the intended target or it's final resting place, in order to successfully achieve the desired shot. The amount of curl for the type of shot determines the required amount of ice.
Information and Content Exchange: an XML-based content syndication protocol: once two parties have established a subscriber relationship, ICE allows them to automate the flow of syndicated information and requests. ICE is format-agnostic: while ICE itself is expressed in XML, ICE may be used for managing content in any format. ICE is complementary to specific content formats like NITF or packaging and metadata formats like NewsML and PRISM. Note: More heavyweight as compared to OAI-MHP. See: http://www.xmlnews.org/ICE
A common nickname for Antarctica. Being in Antarctica is referred to as being "On The Ice". Am.
A term used to describe the presence and solid state of certain chemicals: water, ammonia, and methane.
The frozen form of water. Because ice has a specific gravity (0.92) less than water, ice floats on water.
Frozen form of the water molecule. Ice has a specific gravity (0.9166) which is slightly less than water. This difference in specific gravity causes ice to float on water.
Intrusion countermeasure electronics; corporate firewalls to protect their data and keep out intruders; usually the product of an AI to allow quick alterations and updates of the ice.
any frozen volatile material.
n. Called granite in France and granita in Italy, an ice is a frozen mixture of water, sugar and liquid flavoring such as fruit juice, wine or coffee. The proportion is usually 4 parts liquid to 1 part sugar. During the freezing process, ices are generally stirred frequently to produce a slightly granular final texture. ice v. 1. To chill a food, glass or serving dish in order to get it icy cold and sometimes coated with frost. 2. To spread frosting over the surface of a cake.
"Ice," a slang term for smokeable methamphetamine, has a translucent rock-like appearance and is a highly addictive and toxic amphetamine.
solid form of water; water freezes at 0 degrees C.
Ice- txt Interactive Connectivity Establishment
Issues li a href http www american edu projects mandala TED ice Inventory of Conflict and Environment
water frozen in the solid state; "Americans like ice in their drinks"
the frozen part of a body of water
diamonds; "look at the ice on that dame!"
a flavored sugar topping used to coat and decorate cakes
a frozen dessert with fruit flavoring (especially one containing no milk)
a rink with a floor of ice for ice hockey or ice skating; "the crowd applauded when she skated out onto the ice"
decorate with frosting; "frost a cake"
put ice on or put on ice; "Ice your sprained limbs"
The Excite search engine uses Intelligent Concept Extraction (ICE) to search more than 50 million fully indexed Web pages. The ICE method allows for highly accurate searches based on real language searches, as well as more standard search types.
Release into the Ice/Trash Sluiceway
The solid form of water. Ice is found in the atmosphere as crystals, snow, hail, pellets, etc., and on the earthâ€™s surface as hoarfrost, rime, glaze, sea ice, glacier ice, ground ice, etc.
ICE (Information & Content Exchange) is an XML-based protocol that defines the business rules and processes needed for reliable content syndication among Web servers. It describes a range of information along with the actual content such as delivery scheduling information, update instructions, business rules, intellectual property rights and other aspects of automated syndication. It was developed by a consortium of more than 80 software developers, technology suppliers , content owners and publishers.
Developed by Labatt, Canada, a process whereby the wortis subjected to a temperature of 25 degrees, which optimizes the precipitation of proteins. The proteins are trapped in ice crystals that are removed before fermentation
Information & Content Exchange (ICE) is an XML vocabulary that provides an exchange protocol for content on the Web. ICE defines the roles and responsibilities of syndicators (data providers) and subscribers (data consumers). While ICE was initially developed to support commercial publishing applications on the Web, it is expected to prove useful in automating content exchange and reuse in both traditional publishing environments and in business-to-business relationships. The Information and Content Exchange (ICE) Protocol Specification
1. To put ice into a drink indicates that perhaps the dreamer is spending too much time indulging in pleasures and not enough on practical matters. However, to be surrounded by ice, or to sit on it, implies comfortable living ahead that has been well earned. 2. Slipping on ice or falling through thin ice implies difficulties and obstacles ahead, while deliberately breaking through ice indicates new friendships. Remember the metaphor, "breaking the ice"? 3. Skating on ice alone indicates success ahead, but skating with a partner COULD mean that someone is sabotaging your efforts. Or it could mean a successful partnership. To judge which it is, look to other symbols in the dream.
verb - To cover cookies, cakes, etc. with frosting (icing). noun - A frozen fruit-flavored dessert.
Ice can be used very effectively as an instrument of torture.
Frozen water. The formation of ice on bodies of water, such as lakes, rivers and seas, has a profound influence on the shipping industry and plays an important role in our climate system.
Frozen water-used to describe the frozen portion of a body of water, a frozen film of water on a roadway or other surface, and precipitation that is frozen or that freezes on contact.
solid water at 0ºC, -32ºF
Has Anti-Icing Equipment
when used in aviation weather reports/forecasts, implies aircraft superstructure icing.
Internal Combustion Engine - An engine that burns fuel inside a reaction chamber to create pressure inside the chamber that is converted into rotary motion. ICE engines are typically based on the Otto cycle, Atkinson cycle, or Wankel engine.
A term used to describe water or a number of gases such as methane or ammonia when in a solid state.
frozen water; the solid form of water substance
refers to water, methane, and ammonia which usually occur as solids outside the solar system.
Sitting on ice in your dreams is a dream of the contrary.
Common treatment for many injuries. "Ice is nice," even when you are not injured (see "Cold Whirlpool " and "Ice Massage ). Ice slows the metabolic activity in injured tissues, thus reducing/decreasing swelling and inflammation. When used properly, ice enhances recovery.
A cold deck.
Cubes of frozen water which would be found in small plastic tray if kids or husbands ever filled the darn things instead of putting them back in the freezer empty.
A talent is said to be "on-ice" when they have agreed to hold a particular date for a booking, and yet do not have all their booking details in hand. That date can not be released without allowing the client the right of first refusal.
Planetary scientists use this word to refer to water, methane, and ammonia, which usually occur as solids in the outer solar system.
Compacted and frozen snow.
Potential freeze condition
(In Case of Emergency Number) It is an abbreviation that a cell phone user can enter into the device's directory to identify the telephone number of a primary contact in an emergency situation. The ICE listing allows rescue workers or other helpers to notify the appropriate person and get relevant information as quickly as possible
Water, reduced to a frozen state. more information - recipes
1. To chill a glass or serving dish so that a coat of frost forms on its surface. 2. Frozen water; water freezes at 32*F (0*C).
To cool down cooked food by placing in ice; also, to spread frosting on a cake.
The solid form of water. It can be found in the atmosphere in the form of ice crystals, snow, ice pellets, and hail for example.
the solid crystalline form of water. Russian translation prepared by Nina A. Zaitseva for the Arctic Climatology Project Arctic Meteorology and Climate Atlas.
To dream that you are sitting on ice forecasts comfortable living conditions. To slip or fall on ice indicates coming difficulties. Falling through ice signifies that your greatest anxieties are groundless. To see ice laden trees or bushes indicate success after inexplicable delays.
To dream of ice, betokens much distress, and evil-minded persons will seek to injure you in your best work. To see ice floating in a stream of clear water, denotes that your happiness will be interrupted by ill-tempered and jealous friends. To dream that you walk on ice, you risk much solid comfort and respect for evanescent joys. For a young woman to walk on ice, is a warning that only a thin veil hides her from shame. To see icicles on the eaves of houses, denotes misery and want of comfort. Ill health is foreboded. To see icicles on the fence, denotes suffering bodily and mentally. To see them on trees, despondent hopes will grow gloomier. To see them on evergreens, a bright future will be overcast with the shadow of doubtful honors. To dream that you make ice, you will make a failure of your life through egotism and selfishness. Eating ice, foretells sickness. If you drink ice-water, you will bring ill health from dissipation. Bathing in ice-water, anticipated pleasures will be interrupted with an unforeseen event.
Ice is the name given to any one of the 14 known solid phases of water. However, in non-scientific contexts, it usually describes ice Ih, which is the most abundant of these phases in Earth's biosphere. This type of ice is a soft, delicate, crystalline solid, which can appear transparent or an opaque bluish-white color depending on the presence of impurities such as air.
In cryptography, ICE (Information Concealment Engine) is a block cipher published by Kwan in 1997. The algorithm is similar in structure to DES, but with the addition of a key-dependent bit permutation in the round function. The key-dependent bit permutation is implemented efficiently in software.
Ice is an industrial band formed by Justin Broadrick and Kevin Martin, but by their second album the band had absorbed a great deal of hip hop influence.
Ice is a Christian alternate history novel by author Shane Johnson.
"Ice" was the eighth episode of the first season of The X-Files science-fiction television series created by Chris Carter. It dealt with extraterrestrial bacteria.