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glaze ice or
(Physical Geography) Brit a thin clear layer of ice caused by the freezing of rain or water droplets in the air on impact with a cool surface or by refreezing after a thaw. Also called: silver frost US term: glaze
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The government also approved the regulation on the rehabilitation and restoration of forests following the natural disaster of glaze ice
from the 20142020 Rural Development Programme.
heavy snow and glaze ice
on Aragvispiri-Gudauri and Kobi-Larsi sections.
is glaze ice
on some roads, the Emergency Situations Ministry reports.