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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Made from balsa wood, dishcloths, felt, icy pole and matchsticks and plastic, all recycled here to astonishing effect.
In the TV ad a boy bumps into an icy pole and gets his tongue stuck.
In these cold winter days spare a thought for those in the forty-or-so scientific missions clustered around the icy pole of Antarctica.
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.
She must relinquish her museum work on the ark of Anima in order to live as a wife on the icy Pole ark.
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.