ICY


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AcronymDefinition
ICYInner City Youth
ICYInstitute for Colored Youth (est. 1837; now Cheyney University of Pennsylvania)
ICYInternational Congress on Yeasts
ICYShoutcast/Icecast Protocol (music streaming)
ICYInternational Charter Yachts AB
ICYInfant, Child and Youth Programs (Vancouver Coastal Health; Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada)
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Cast by your icy crown and sceptre, and let the sunlight of love fall softly on your heart.
They were again obliged, therefore, to beat down a path for their horses, sometimes travelling on the icy surface of the stream.
The short winter day, as I perceived from the far-declined sun, was already approaching its close; a chill frost-mist was rising from the river on which X stands, and along whose banks the road I had taken lay; it dimmed the earth, but did not obscure the clear icy blue of the January sky.
How they tinkle, tinkle, tinkle, In the icy air of night
Its icy slope, scored by innumerable runners, looked like a mirror scratched by travellers at an inn.
He had insisted that the library curtains should draw backward and forward on a rod, so that they might be closed in the evening, instead of remaining nailed to a gilt cornice, and immovably looped up over layers of lace, as in the drawing-room; and he pulled them back and pushed up the sash, leaning out into the icy night.
Filling my lungs with air, I dived beneath the surface and swam through the inky, icy blackness on and on along the submerged gallery.
It required but the matter of a few seconds to don the necessary orluk-skin clothing, with the heavy, fur-lined boots that are so essential a part of the garmenture of one who would successfully contend with the frozen trails and the icy winds of the bleak northland.
Well, sister, rejoice," said the priest, icy as a sepulchral statue; "that is the one whom you are about to see die.
As the writhing body of the black soared, as though by unearthly power, into the dense foliage of the forest, D'Arnot felt an icy shiver run along his spine, as though death had risen from a dark grave and laid a cold and clammy finger on his flesh.
The resistance which his chest met with astonished him; he naturally raised his hand and laid hold of the icy barrel.
In Bjornson there is nothing of Ibsen's scornful despair, nothing of his anarchistic contempt, but his art is full of the warmth and color of a poetic soul, with no touch of the icy cynicism which freezes you in the other.