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  • n. Plural form of iceman.

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Examples

  • By then, he hopes he will have trained enough new "icemen" to continue his work and save the world's "third icecap" from being transformed into rivers.

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  • Mr Norphel is training new 'icemen' to carry on his work after he dies.

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  • No lavishly expensive expert panels were held in total consensus about how necessary icemen were for the entire economy.

    Notable & Quotable

  • NHL + The icemen cometh again, with rule changes and tie-breaking shootouts.

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  • Most icemen used tongs and carried the blocks on their back.

    Garden of Beasts

  • "Certainly Mike has the skill level and the potential to jump in and be one of our top three center icemen within the next three years,"

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  • When you see the plays and passes he makes and the way he sees the ice - I haven’t seen any big center icemen who do those things.

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  • WASHINGTON - Two serv-icemen missing in action from the Vietnam War have been identified and returned to their families for burial.

    McCormick, Michael T.

  • And at two places sharp-tongued women would not allow him to enter, frankly stating that icemen were too dirty creatures to allow inside the door of a respectable house; the women received their ten-cent cubes in pans and slammed the door in his face.

    The Landloper

  • Any manager would love to have the great goalie and would love to have one of these two center-icemen, and we have all three.

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