icy pole


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icy pole

n
Austral an ice cream or water ice on a stick. Also called (esp in Britain): ice lolly or Popsicle (US and Canadian (Trademark))
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Having got up close and personal with this icy Pole yesterday on the practice courts here at SW19, let me warn you, Andy Murray, I don't recommend it.
Using felt, icy pole sticks, dishcloths, discarded plastic containers, magazines and glue this boat is a cross between an Indonesian fishing boat and an Australian ferry,updated with GPS satellite,radar unit, beds, rest rooms and eating areas.
In the TV ad a boy bumps into an icy pole and gets his tongue stuck.
Other paintings in the bottle series, such as School Boy with an Icy Pole (not every popsicle is phallic, but .
And now he wants to complete the job by crossing the icy pole.
Over the next few weeks he observed the canal-like lines, and became convinced that they had been dug by a Martian civilisation, channelling water from the icy poles to the arid centre.
As we've come to expect from the BBC's natural history output, it's magnificently filmed and insightfully narrated, and will ensure that you never look at the icy poles in the same way again.
And from microbes to whales, icy poles to the warm tropics - via tidal shores to the deepest dark depths, the census revealed what, where, and how much life resides in our oceans.
The school canteen sold icy poles, so why not replace these with 100% frozen citrus juice.
They are in fact called icy poles in Australia and lollies are apparently sweets.
CFCs released before the ban have hovered above Earth's icy poles for decades before finally breaking down.