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General Crossword Questions for “ices”

  • I dry up dessert dishes
  • Murders in America increase regularly
  • Frosts, as a cake

Encyclopedia

  • The International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES) (Conseil International de l'Exploration de la Mer (CIEM) in French) is the world's oldest intergovernmental science organization. ICES is a leading multidisciplinary scientific forum for the exchange of information and. — “International Council for the Exploration of the Sea”, en.wikipedia.org
  • Ices or frozen desserts, particularly within the United Kingdom or frozen volatiles in the context of astronomy and planetary science. Ices, the phases of. — “Ices - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
  • In astrogeology, these compounds, in their solid state, often comprise large proportions of the crusts of moons and dwarf planets. with melting points above about 100 K are referred to as ices. — “Volatiles - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org

Quotations

  • In a word, he went out and ate ices at a pastry-cook's shop in Charing Cross; tried a new coat in Pall Mall; dropped in at the Old Slaughters', and called for Captain Cannon; played eleven games at billiards with the Captain, of which he won eight, and returned to Russell Square half an hour late for dinner, but in very good humour. — “Vanity Fair” by William Makepeace Thackeray
  • Padge to do likewise, saying: "You must look after yourself." He replied: "That's right," and poured out half a tumbler and drank Carrie's health, coupled, as he said, "with her worthy lord and master." We all had some splendid pigeon pie, and ices to follow. — “The Diary of a Nobody” by George Grossmith
  • At length, amid the odor of cigars, The crackling sound of dainty pastry, and The orders loud for ices and for drinks, 'Midst clinking glasses, and 'midst brandished spoons, The daily light of the gazettes flashed full On my dim eyes. — “Complete poems” by Giacomo Leopardi
  • Follow me; I seek the everlasting ices of the north, where you will feel the misery of cold and frost, to which I am impassive. — “Frankenstein” by Mary Shelley
  • The scientific celebrities, forgetting their mollusks and glacial periods, gossiped about art, while devoting themselves to oysters and ices with characteristic energy; the young musician, who was charming the city like a second Orpheus, talked horses; and the specimen of the British nobility present happened to be the most ordinary man of the party. — “Little Women” by Louisa M. Alcott
  • At this moment two women entered, bringing salvers filled with ices and sherbet, which they placed on two small tables appropriated to that purpose. "My dear host, and you, signora," said Albert, in Italian, "excuse my apparent stupidity. — “The Count of Monte Cristo” by Alexandre Dumas

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