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glaze ice, especially on aircraft.
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2014.
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It has moisture-free air and crystal-
, ideal for the kind of exacting measurements dear to astronomers and physicists.
Filtered, unusually cold, crystal
untouched by human hands.
Holding a lighter under the
Use a rectangular piece of
, and with hot flatirons melt a cavity large enough to hold the oysters.
White ice, created by snow, is only about half as strong as
, as this is, is either from wing or fuselage buildup or the sinks on board the plane.
and snow from areas around the sites that are used by the public.
Since the process is slow, air bubbles can escape resulting in a layer of
Wear creepers attached to boots to prevent slipping on
Patchy snow dusted fifteen inches of solid,
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