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Pucks
   are used in   
Ice Hockey
A vulcanized, hard rubber disk, frozen a few hours before the game to prevent bouncing.
Masks
   are used in   
Ice Hockey
Goalie Mask
Solid Carbon Dioxide
   is also known as   
Dry Ice
Vanilla Ice
   had a U.K. Number One single with   
Ice Ice Baby
November 25 1990 for 4 weeks
The Ice Storm (1997)
   has the tagline   
It Was 1973, and the Climate Was Changing.
Director:Ang Lee
Denim
   released the album   
Denim On Ice (1996)
Adidas
   makes   
Adidas Ice Dive
2001
Hail
   is American Diner Lingo for   
Ice
A Bucket of Cold Mud
   is American Diner Lingo for   
A Bowl of Chocolate Ice Cream
Houseboat
   is American Diner Lingo for   
A Banana Split Made With Ice Cream and Sliced Bananas
Foreigner
   released the single   
Cold As Ice
1977; peaked at #6 on the Billboard Hot 100; lasting popularity
Refresh
   means   
Plunge Cooked Vegetables/fruit Into Ice Water
Or cold water, to halt the cooking process and retain colour and flavour
Ice Cream
   in Italian is   
Gelato
Ice Cream
   in French is   
Glace
Frank J. Zamboni
   invented   
The Zamboni Ice Resurfacing Machine)
In 1949 Frank got the first self-propelled, single operator resurfacing ice machine working. He was granted a strong pantent diesign on the world first invention.
In the Cainozoic Era, Ice Sheets Covered Most of North America
   is   
True
Boyz 'N The Hood (1991)
   starred   
Ice Cube, Cuba Gooding Jr. and Lawrence Fishburne
Director: John Singleton
Intercontinentalexchange Inc
   has which symbol   
ICE
Water Can Fall Below Freezing Point Without Turning to Ice
   is   
True
Wayne Gretzky
   is famous for being an   
Ice Hockey Player
Canadian. Set 40 regular-season records, 15 playoff records, 6 All-Star records, won four Stanley Cups with the Edmonton Oilers, and won 9 MVP awards and 10 scoring titles amongst his achievements.
Black Ice
   Means   
A Patch of Iced over Blacktop Road
Ice Box
   Means   
Refrigerated Trailer
Sticks
   are used in   
Ice Hockey
Helmets
   are used in   
Ice Hockey
Ice Lolly
   in American would be   
Popsicle
Ice
   is a gangster term for   
Diamonds
Ice Hockey
   in Polish is   
Hokej Na Lodzie
Ice Wine
   is described as   
Wine Made from Frozen Grapes.
Risk of Ice
   is represented by   

UK road sign
Employees of Ben & Jerry’s Get Three Pints of Free Ice Cream a Day.
   is   
True
Every year the company holds a free cone day, giving away 1 million ice cream cones.
Floe
   is   
Large, Flat Piece of Sea Ice
Ice Cream
   in German is   
Eis
A Polycrystal
   is   
A Snowflake Composed of Many Individual Ice Crystals
Bombe Glacée
   is the French for   
Molded Ice Cream
Wayne Gretzky
   has excelled in   
Ice Hockey
Only NHL player to total over 200 points in one season—a feat he accomplished four times.
Mario Lemieux
   has excelled in   
Ice Hockey
Played 17 seasons as Center for the Pittsburgh Penguins of the National Hockey League.
Black Ice
   is   
Thin, New Ice That Forms on Fresh Water or Dew Covered Surfaces
It is common on roadways during the fall and early winter and appears "black" because of its transparency.
Hail
   is   
Precipitation in the Form of Circular or Irregular-shaped Lumps of Ice
Sleet
   is   
A Type of Frozen Precipitation, Consisting of Small Transparent Ice Pellets
Snow
   is   
Frozen Precipitation Composed of Ice Particles in Complex Hexagonal Patterns
Glacier
   means   
A Mass of Ice and Surficial Snow That Persists Throughout the Year
The size range is from 100 meters to 10,000 kilometers.
Face-off
   is used in   
Ice Hockey
The start of play. Or the result of some particularly vicious slashing.
High-stick
   is used in   
Ice Hockey
A foul where you wave your stick at an opponent's head.
Icing
   is used in   
Ice Hockey
A rare thing in ice hockey: a foul which doesn't involve physical violence.
Slap Shot
   is used in   
Ice Hockey
Put On Ice
   means   
Postpone
Ice Ice Baby
   was performed by   
Vanilla Ice
Gordie Howe
   was an   
Ice Hockey Player
Canadian Hall of Fame player, endearingly referred to as Mr. Hockey; six decade professional career
Victor Tikhonov
   was an   
Ice Hockey Player
Soviet hockey player and coach winning 8 World Championship gold medals and 3 Olympic Gold medals
Jean Béliveau
   was an   
Ice Hockey Player
Canadian Hall of Fame player with the Montreal Canadians from 1950 to 1971






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