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  • Under the ice's weight, the Earth's crust bends and as the ice melts the crust bounces up again.

    DK Matai: Are Global Warming, Volcanoes and Earthquakes Linked?

  • Does he think ice's only purpose is to chill beer?

    Your Right Hand Thief

  • They then analyzed the methane trapped in the ice's bubbles for its radiocarbon abundance.

    Bill Chameides: Staring Down the Double-Barrel Climate Shotgun

  • There is a real sense, then, in which the belief that the ice's thickness was (say) uniform is not a memory belief in at least one legitimate sense of that term.

    Epistemological Problems of Memory

  • There they spied the archeological find of a lifetime: the frozen, perfectly preserved body of an Inca girl, her high-cheekboned face and soft hair completely exposed and her body, curled into a fetal position, still locked in the ice's embrace.

    Children Of The Ice

  • There is a certain type of gloomy old man who, for A.A. Milne's readers, will always be an Eeyore; children who read "'s in Wonderland" understand her befuddlement at the curious ways of the world only more acutely as they grow older.

    Leader of the Pack

  • We skated along the ice's underside, a sensation so fun and beautiful that I forgot the danger.

    Beneath the Ice

  • And at the Oval, the mercury taking the ice's temperature will rise and fall more than a mogul skier.

    Science Of Speed

  • Man of ice melting by woman with heart of ice's kiss.

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  • The forty-year-old on bow watch must have seen and heard much — including quite possibly the thing on the ice's first appearance on deck — but Leys was not talking about it.

    The Terror


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