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Protein extracts of wounds Wound tissues were immediately frozen on dryice and stored at -70°C.
But Shields is on emotional thinice, having recently filed for divorce from her husband and having lost a fellow Suddenly Susan cast member to suicide; and the photographer was "stunned" when she suddenly began "sobbing uncontrollably."
Near the village of Rosthwaite is the Bowder Stone, a giant lump of rock left behind by glacialice that receded at a very slow pace.
Jenni is a collaborator in the RICE experiment for detecting radio-wavelength Cerenkov radiation from neutrinos in the Antarcticice-sheet.
Our premiumice cream contains more than 14% Milkfat (the normal standard ice cream contains 10% Milkfat).
The putative common ancestor to both "sister genera" was hypothesized to have existed in northern Asia, based on reported fossil pollen records that date the taxa to the early Oligocene or lower Eocene of the lower Tertiary, with speciation accompanied by migrations during the Tertiary and Quaternary periods - forced southward by the advancing polarice sheets.
Creamyice cream with real vanilla from Madagascar.
Combine two helicopter flights and a guided walk through spectacularice formations.
Adélies will become regionally extinct.” Concluding his testimony on climate change impacts, Fraser warned the US Senate committee that if future warming continues and the cycle of heavyice years exceeds the life span of krill, the species will face a reproductive crisis.
We'll stop down on Taupo's lakefront for afternoon tea (or hokey pokeyice cream!).
Alongside Lake Wakatipu to Kingston then across country to Fiordland and the beautifulice carved Eglinton and Hollyford Valleys, with their beech forests.
Increased globalicing, increased UV risks and increased risks of exposure to man-created nuclear radiation, will lead to the commencement of work on the first underground city development before the year 2000.
Mt Cook is the centrepiece of Mt Cook National Park, comprising nearly 70,000 hectares, more than one-third of which is permanentice and snow.
However, Interniche Indent owner Mark Baigent said he was appealing against the Customs decision and had continued to treat FreakyIce as an alcoholic beverage.
There is the option here to have a ride around an obstacle course in a realice mobile.
Alpine Ice Sports Centre - Olympic size indoorice skating rink.
In winter a largeice rink covers the lawns, where you can enjoy outdoor skating in a picturesque setting.
Rich in New Zealand heritage, Killinchy Gold began in 1992 on a small South Island farm from a desire to make delicious homemadeice cream with real ingredients.
Trial By Ice The Washington Post jilts impeachment to lead with local weather--a massiveice storm that knocked out power throughout the capital area.
Outside, the city had all gone home, but there was still a summer sky, and an emptyiced-tea glass was sitting on the porch.
The ramp then got steeper again and we started to move onto lumpy hardice which you could hardly penetrate with your crampon points and could only get the axe in a couple of millimetres.
As a special treat on Christmas day we were taken to explore inside a hugeice crevasse.
The physical risks have become very great for maleice dancers, but their clothes stay conservative.
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Refrigerated products are packed with reusableice bags using reusable thermal packs.
The flavouredice machine was a big hit.
VERBATIM ran an article, “Politically Correct Nomenclature, or, How to Win at Trivial Pursuit and Lose Friends” [XVIII, 4], by Marc A. Schindler, that delved into the subject, particularly with regard to the use of Inuit for Eskimo, though I note that the trade name, Eskimo Pie, has not been changed to Inuit Pie; also, it seems unlikely that the Frenchice cream confection, Esquimau Gervais, has been hailed into court.
For a close-up view of a glacier and formidableice caves, take the cable car and rack railway up the Montenvers to the dazzling Mer de Glace (Sea of Ice).
Use: Great eaten fresh, dipped in melted chocolate or fondanticing.
Beware of cornicedice towards the east from winter to late summer.
Blackice was expected to hit Queenstown and Central Otago roads this morning after sleet and freezing temperatures overnight, MetService said yesterday.
You could enjoy the cake like this or ice with your favouriteicing or just sprinkle with some icing sugar.
Use a sandpit or a bit of the beach to bury some tokens that can be exchanged for some of our ocean goodies, lollies or even a nice coolice block.
This prevents CO2 narcosos and the icing up that ordinarily forms a fatalice-mask that seals the porous snow, preventing you from breathing the supply of air that exists in even the densest snowpack.
The excellent applications expertise of Degussa has lead to the development of both integrated and hydrocolloid blends, for an improved meltdown and mouth feel in low fatice creams, sorbets and gelato.
One policy area in which United Future's "strong views" are not likely to cut much iceisworkplace law.