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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of ice-skate.


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  • "The Thin Man" was shot entirely on Stage No. 9, and Joan Crawford ice-skated on very thin ice for "Ice Follies of 1939" on Stage No. 12.

    A Peek Inside the Dream Factory

  • When my mother died, I lost my body and at fourteen no longer ice-skated, took ballet lessons, or ventured into water.

    In the Fullness of Time

  • We ice-skated downtown with the girls, watching them spin and fall in the now vanished rink near the old Willard Hotel.

    Spoken from the Heart

  • By the time mummy and Tigger had 'ice-skated' home, the trains home to Gloucestershire were turning around at Reading and me and Al discuessed weather to attempt the roads - the roads around here are under a blanket of snow until you reach the A1 and checking out possible routes home we decided it was safest to stay here again.

    Snell-Pym » London in the Snow

  • Jillian (Warry) Barbarie admitted that she ice-skated as a kid.

    Archive 2006-01-15

  • I've ice-skated about a dozen times each winter for the last 40 years, though my skating is mainly confined to rinks these days.

    Skating Rough, and Getting Over It

  • Winters they skied in the Berkshire woods and ice-skated on a frozen pond a few miles from the house.

    American Legacy

  • Damn, the devil just ice-skated by, wearing a muffler.

    On Appreciating Assets, and Depreciating Ass(ets)

  • I have ice-skated only in an involuntary sense, the experience that survived was an intense ‘falling down’.

    Archive 2007-06-01

  • In Elizabethan times, people ice-skated on the Thames in the winter.

    The Miserable Weather


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