icepick


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Noun1.icepick - pick consisting of a steel rod with a sharp pointicepick - pick consisting of a steel rod with a sharp point; used for breaking up blocks of ice
pick - a thin sharp implement used for removing unwanted material; "he used a pick to clean the dirt out of the cracks"
point - sharp end; "he stuck the point of the knife into a tree"; "he broke the point of his pencil"
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Earlier this week, police arrested three German activists carrying a tear gas canister, an icepick and wrenches along with documents "linked to the extreme left", prosecutors said.
WAIKOLOA, HAWAII -- Dermatologists can certainly improve icepick acne scars, but they have to be careful not to make them worse, according to Nazanin Saedi, MD, director of the Jefferson Laser Surgery and Cosmetic Dermatology Center at Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia.
HIGH AND DRY IN THE depths of winter the essential apparatus for a clerk of the course is usually an icepick or a snorkel, but this season heavy downpours and hard frosts have been in mercifully short supply.
Police arrested a young man in Paranaque City on Thursday night after he allegedly ran amok while carrying an icepick and a 20-inch sword outside their residence.
Keywords: Outcome, CROSS technique with 100% Trichloroacetic acid, atrophic icepick acne scars.
She is one half of Ic3peak (pronounced 'icepick'), an experimental electronic duo who call their music 'audiovisual terror'.
Caption: Figure 3: (a) Icepick scars and boxcar scarring (b) Partial Response to four fractional laser resurfacing sessions
Dancing on Thin Ice, Arkady Polishchuk's memoir of life as a Russian dissident, uses an icepick forged of sardonic wit and personal experience to pierce deep into the hide of the Soviet system.
Authorities recovered a .38 caliber revolver from Autencio, a 15-inch icepick from Ruperso and seven pieces of P20 bills used as bet money.
"When speaking to a dermatologist, keep an ear out for words like 'boxcar,' 'icepick', and 'rolling.' These are all specific types of depressed scars." "Raised scars are more common on the back and chest.
Because I tried to do it to myself, with an icepick. But I was too
One commentator called it "an icepick in the brain of all who saw it".