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A place where ice is made, stored, or sold.



n., pl. -hous•es (-ˌhaʊ zɪz)
a building for storing ice.
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Noun1.icehouse - a house for storing ice
house - a building in which something is sheltered or located; "they had a large carriage house"
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And also he owned the other hole near by, where the stagnant water was; and it was he who cut the ice and sold it; and what was more, if the men told truth, he had not had to pay any taxes for the water, and he had built the icehouse out of city lumber, and had not had to pay anything for that.
But in the long history of food preservation, the refrigerator we are used to owes its existence to a time-tested next of kin: the icehouse.
The structure, called ICEhouse - where ICE stands for innovation for the circular economy - was built using SABIC's LEXANTM sheet and systems for the walls, ceiling, roofing and windows - all mounted to an aluminum frame.
Increased erosion and weathering of the uplifted Tibetan Plateau and Himalayas, is advocated as the primary cause for the enigmatic pCO2 drawdown, that led to global cooling 50 to 34 Myrs ago from the warm ice-free Greenhouse world to the bi-polar Icehouse conditions still prevailing today.
Most of the Saline County applicants so far are convenience stores, like the Big Red chain, though the Icehouse Grill in Benton is seeking state approval to sell beer and wine, and the Raymond McGill Post 2256 VFW, also in Benton, is seeking approval to sell beer.
My own hotel, Casa La Neviada, was even named after the icehouse that lurked downstairs from the bathroom.
the OpenStack Icehouse release and includes several new features aimed at
Rolling upgrades, federated identity and tighter platform integration reflect software maturity; continuous integration process drives software reliability The ninth release of OpenStack, code-named Icehouse, has been released with new features reflecting a community-wide effort to bring the voice of the user into the rapidly maturing open source cloud software platform.
It seems so, judging from this month's show, All in the Family, at the new IceHouse contemporary artspace on 10th Street.
Anna Alicia Brock and Bradley George Boxberger exchanged vows at five o'clock in the evening on January 12, 2013, in the open-air cathedral room of the historic Icehouse in Phoenix, Arizona.
Original buildings and features will be restored like the icehouse and the kitchen garden with an innovative volunteer programme to develop training and skills and raise the profile of the park to increase its visitor numbers.