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  • Mateu explains that he’s going to teach her to make the jam that pools under the dessert called Ices.

    The Sorcerer’s Apprentices

  • Mateu explains that he’s going to teach her to make the jam that pools under the dessert called Ices.

    The Sorcerer’s Apprentices

  • They divided their turnips into ten courses and they called the first one -- "Hors d'oeuvres," and the last one "Ices," with a French name, and Peter

    Racketty-Packetty House

  • For many years rumours have abounded that a film of the book is about to be produced, with the rival Slim-inspired "Ices", T and Cube, vying for the lead role.

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  • The Ices 'eureka moment came late one night in early 2009 when Ariane was looking at the 700 cases in their database and noticed that a lot of the problematic paperwork had been signed by the same people.

    Florida activists read between the lines on foreclosure paperwork

  • The Ices and seven other lawyers at their firm began deposing "robo-signers" at major mortgage companies, and, in an unusual move in the competitive legal industry, they began distributing the transcripts online.

    Group peered between the lines on foreclosures

  • The last book published by Elizabeth David, arguably England's best culinary author, was her posthumous "Harvest of the Cold Months: The Social History of Ice and Ices" 1995, a delightful ramble across centuries of gastronomic lore inspired as much by the author's sweet tooth as by her appetite for erudition.

    Cold Comfort

  • The Ices 'eureka moment came late one night in early 2009 when Ariane was looking at the 700 cases in their database and noticed that a lot of the problematic paperwork had been signed by the same people.

    Group peered between the lines on foreclosures

  • In their aptly-titled volume, Ices: the Definitive Guide, Caroline and Robin Weir divide ices into creams (ice cream and gelati), water ices (sorbets and granitas) and hybrids, with a foot in both camps (parfaits and sherberts).

    How to make perfect lemon sorbet

  • Treasury - has declined to comment about what prompted it to freeze foreclosures Sept. 20, but Epstein, Redman and the Ices say they and others who are defending homeowners applied so much pressure on the company that it would have been difficult for it not to act.

    Florida activists read between the lines on foreclosure paperwork

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