ICES


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ICESInternational Conference on Environmental Science
ICESInternational Council for the Exploration of the Sea
ICESInstitute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences
ICESInterference Causing Equipment Standard
ICESInstitute for Complex Engineered Systems (Carnegie Mellon University)
ICESInterference-Causing Equipment Standard (Canada)
ICESInternational Conference on Evolvable Systems
ICESInternational Cultural Exchange School (China)
ICESInternational Cake Exploration Societé
ICESInstitution of Civil Engineering Surveyors (UK)
ICESInternational Centre for Ethnic Studies
ICESInternational Committee on Electromagnetic Safety (IEEE)
ICESInstitut Catholique d'etudes Supérieures (France)
ICESInterfaith Council for Environmental Stewardship
ICESIndiana Client Eligibility System
ICESIntelligence Community Enterprise Services
ICESIntegrated Customs Enforcement System (Canada)
ICESIntegrated Client Encounter System (Texas Department of Health)
ICESInstitute for Chemical and Engineering Sciences
ICESIndustry Canada Interference-Causing Equipment Standard
ICESInternational Council for Electrophoresis Societies
ICESInformation Collection and Evaluation Standards (hospital data collection for safety and compliance issues)
ICESIntegrated Civil Engineering Support (Department of Defense)
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For nine months of the year there is only ice and snow, and gale after gale, with a cold that no one can realise who has never seen the thermometer even at zero.
Generally, when we can proceed no further, we have return still open to us; but here return was as impossible as advance, for every pass had closed behind us; and for the few moments when we were stationary, we were likely to be entirely blocked, which did indeed happen about two o'clock in the afternoon, the fresh ice forming around its sides with astonishing rapidity.
The Carrion Caves consist of a series of twenty-seven connecting chambers, and present the appearance of having been eroded by running water in some far-gone age when a mighty river found its way to the south through this single breach in the barrier of rock and ice that hems the country of the pole.
Once, however, the lieutenant asked why he had come so far upon the ice in so strange a vehicle.
It was so beautiful, that even the blocks of ice danced about for joy; and when they were tired and laid themselves down, they formed exactly the letters which the Snow Queen had told him to find out; so now he was his own master, and he would have the whole world and a pair of new skates into the bargain.
They had to climb this, so the guide in the lead cut steps in the ice with his hatchet, and as fast as he took his toes out of one of these slight holes, the toes of the man behind him occupied it.
After passing a night in this valley, the travellers in the morning scaled the neighboring hills, to look out for a more eligible route than that upon which they had unluckily fallen; and, after much reconnoitring, determined to make their way once more to the river, and to travel upon the ice when the banks should prove impassable.
Yet was the bear not inclined to fight, for he turned away and made off slowly over the ice.
The Big and Little Salmon rivers were throwing mush-ice into the main river as they passed, and, below the riffles, anchor- ice arose from the river bottom and coated the surface with crystal scum.
He flew down, and without even changing the position of his hands, skated away over the ice.
Daylight, between mouthfuls, fed chunks of ice into the tin pot, where it thawed into water.
The connection between the transportal of boulders and the presence of ice in some form, is strikingly shown by their geographical distribution over the earth.