ice bridge


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ice bridge

n
(Physical Geography) Canadian a body of ice that forms across the width of a river and is strong enough to bear traffic

ice′ bridge`


n.
Canadian. a road of ice across a frozen river, lake, or harbor.
[1790–95]
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A dozen times, Perrault, nosing the way broke through the ice bridges, being saved by the long pole he carried, which he so held that it fell each time across the hole made by his body.
One of the wolves from Minnesota died of natural causes, and one left the island on an ice bridge during the polar vortex in January, so the total number of wolves on the island is now 15.
In the shot, the character dramatically falls into the sea after the ice bridge she makes for herself comes crashing down, leaving struggling for air.
If it's cold enough for long enough, an ice bridge forms along the river, connecting the U.S.
Mae'r diwydiant lleol yn deall yr angen i godi ymwybyddiaeth o'r holl gyfleoedd amrywiol sydd ar gael yn y diwydiant adeiladu ac mae'r prosiect ICE Bridge yn ffordd ardderchog o ryngweithio ag ysgolion.
Over the last few years, Pauline has been working across the region organising and delivering the ICE Bridge Project so that young people can learn about civil engineering.
They ruled from western Europe to the northern part of North America, which could be reached from Eurasia by an ice bridge across the Bering Strait.
Behind the ice bridge, water levels can rise nearly 100 feet above the normal water levels of the lake.
When the boot collapsed, leaving behind an "ice bridge" impervious to the boots was a real risk, the old-timers believed.
On another day in the snow Steve crossed an ice bridge over a huge crevice where the team could not even see the bottom.
An ice bridge is a frozen, man-made structure on the surface of a bay, river, lake, or sea.