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  • n. A bag filled with ice; used to cool a part of the body, for example to reduce swelling.


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  • ` ` It was when I was going up for a shot, '' Richardson said, while keeping a large icebag on his ailing ankle.

  • He played 15 minutes and finished the contest with an icebag on his hand.

    NCAA Men's Basketball - Missouri vs. Kansas

  • THE BODY OFULYSSESMAXWELL lay motionless on its bunk in the county jail on Natividad Road, an icebag balanced on its forehead.

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  • In cases of very severe sickness, swallowing small scraps of ice before and after a spoonful of _consommé_ or jelly is desirable, and an icebag should be applied to the spine.

    The Girl's Own Paper, Vol. VIII, No. 355, October 16, 1886

  • Mother wasn't handy, Aunty May had the icebag on her head, and there wasn't anyone else within reach.


  • Féré found that the application of a mustard plaster to the skin, or an icebag, or a hot-water bottle, or even a light touch with a painter's brush, all exerted a powerful effect in increasing muscular work with the ergograph.

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  • Rippon, third heading into today's free skate, was all trussed up in tensor bandages and icebag after the short, with a hockey-style bruise beneath his left eye, courtesy of the collision. - Home Page

  • I did find that if I placed a coldpack (not an icebag) on my bed or couch, lying against it was soothing and seemed to relieve the associated inflammation to some degree.

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  • All is good here. bb later maybe. .need an icebag for this headack ..

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  • The only downside was Walcott sitting on the bench at end of the game with an icebag on the knee but we're keeping the fingers cross he is available for the Villa Real Game in the champians league.



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