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“She shook her head and smiled up to him, at the same time working away at her ice-coated moccasins.”
“The path turned into a series of slippery, ice-coated stone steps and descended to a series of small pools, just visible through the fog of steam that rose gently from their surface.”
“Destry stomped his way through the ice-coated five inches of snow while she walked barefooted on top of it.”
“While tiny ice-coated particles floating in space may seem like an esoteric field of study, Jean points out that it is exactly these small particles that can aggregate to form water-covered worlds such as Jupiter's moon Europa.”
“Last time I had a bleed at one point, and fell down my ice-coated front stairs, literally flying through the air and landing on my back on a frosty February morning.”
“Gasping in a huge breath, he applied ice-coated hands to his abdomen.”
“And here I thought it was only the wooden part of the Brooklyn Bridge that was ice-coated last night.”
“Above, a confused cow surrounded by ice-coated grass that can't be chewed.”
“Robert F. Bukaty/Associated Press POWER OUTAGE: A motorist drove through an ice-coated scene near the Granite F.rm in Brunswick, Maine, F.iday.”
“HARRIS: Well, cars backed up on ice-coated highways for nearly 45 miles.”
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