from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An implement for cleaning snow and dirt from the surface of ice before cutting and storing it.
- n. An implement of the Alaskan Eskimos consisting of a handle to which are attached several seal claws: used by hunters, who imitate the movements of the seal, to produce the noise made by basking seals.
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If you're off to the polls early, you may need an ice-scraper and a little extra time to clean off your windows.
Keep a few essentials in the car such as an ice-scraper, de-icer, spade, torch and boots plus a blanket, some water and some food in case you find yourself stranded.
If you're a motorist, you've probably fumbled for the ice-scraper beneath the passenger seat this morning.
Pros: great for higher vehicle where reach is needed plastic ice-scraper strong enough for the task
"I'm a little bit worried," said Carlos Catilan, 33, who bought rock salt and an ice-scraper at a Home Depot in Riverhead, LI.
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