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  • The transformation of that commute into ice-slicked Hades apparently it did freeze over will be debated for days and weeks to come.

    Wednesday's hellish commute, described by many more than 140 characters

  • I just sped up until it felt like we were flying across the ice-slicked streets.

    Real wifeys

  • My hands gripped the wheel tighter as I sped up the ice-slicked street.

    Real wifeys

  • Trevin, traveling too fast on the ice-slicked county road.

    Bucolic

  • Anderson lost nine on the next play, caught in the backfield by Willie Townes on a busted sweep, but he came back with two consecutive little gems, taking dump passes from Starr and picking his way cautiously down the ice-slicked field, eluding the linebackers for twelve yards and then nine more.

    Into the Story

  • Runoff from the long driveway turned our ice-slicked mountain road into a skating rink during the winters.

    Tina Traster: One's Man's Hubris Is Another Man's Flood

  • There were the predictable holiday-related calamities requiring medical attention: the whole-turkey consumption by a now-miserable Lab, and the crash down a flight of ice-slicked stairs by a boxer that had been wearing a Santa hat that may have impaired his vision.

    Help your pet avoid the perils of Christmas

  • They're navigating ice-slicked roads and bundling up against bone-chilling winds.

    CNN Transcript Dec 9, 2009

  • And truth be told, there's also an old fashioned toboggan that's all greased up and ready to go careening down the steepest, most ice-slicked hill, and while you can't see much around the folds in my scarf, you'll probably detect at least a hint of winter gleam in my eye.

    Mother Nature's on the Rag.

  • One morning we're out of the tents as a rising sun sends plumes of steam boiling off the ice-slicked canoes.

    Field and Stream Adventure: The Search for the Best Brook Trout Spot on Earth

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