ICYS

AcronymDefinition
ICYSInternational Conference of Young Scientists (Poland)
ICYSInternational Center for Young Scientists (National Institute for Materials Science; Ibaraki, Japan)
ICYSInnovative and Collaborative Youth Servicing (Australia)
ICYSIcicle Creek Youth Symphony (classical music education and performance group; Leavenworth, WA)
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The difficult mountain A smoke and consultation The captain's speech An icy turnpike Danger of a false step Arrival on Snake River Return to Portneuf Meeting of comrades
Often he took to the rim-ice that was beginning to form, and more than once he crashed through and struggled for life in the icy current.
How they tinkle, tinkle, tinkle, In the icy air of night!
Great masses of ice frequently fall from these icy cliffs, and the crash reverberates like the broadside of a man-of-war through the lonely channels.
I turned this truism over in my mind as, in the frosty dawn of a January morning, I hurried down the steep and now icy street which descended from Mrs.
Filling my lungs with air, I dived beneath the surface and swam through the inky, icy blackness on and on along the submerged gallery.
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.
It seemed as if an icy wind had touched my face and enfolded my body from head to foot; I could feel the stir of it in my hair.
Thus is a star projected into desert space, and into the icy breath of aloneness.
We have tried to gain the love of the stern Frost-King, but in vain; his heart is hard as his own icy land; no love can melt, no kindness bring it back to sunlight and to joy.
We drove slowly away, against the fine, icy snow which cut our faces like a sand-blast.
He was a long, earnest man, and though born on an icy coast, seemed well adapted to endure hot latitudes, his flesh being hard as twice-baked biscuit.