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- n. A broad glacial mass with a relatively flat surface
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"I'll be taking a kind of echo-location cross-sectional image of the ice sheet around the extraction pit," she yelled.
The hand of time and the slow but enormous pressure of the great continental ice sheet have rubbed down and smoothed off all sharp angles, giving to the mountains their long sweeping lines, to the hills their broad round backs, and to the valleys their deep, smooth, trough-like contours.
Rytlock rolled away just as a black dire wolf materialized out of the darkness, bounding onto the ice sheet where the charr had lain.