by freezing

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  • She died by freezing to death in the snow during winter.
  • It's up to the girls to stop the enemies by freezing them solid.
  • This is sometimes made easier by freezing the meat for a few minutes.
  • Numerous fields would be able to benefit from the protection of tissue damage by freezing.
  • It was only by freezing the creature that it was finally stopped.
  • The priest holds them off by freezing them with prayer while the others esape.
  • An ice storm is a type of storm characterized by freezing rain.
  • After further investigation, he found the van and called for emergency services, whose arrival was delayed by freezing rain.
  • Photo of the falls in late winter showing the large build up of ice caused by freezing mist.
  • The movie ends by freezing the old friends, united in battle again, in action against the usurper king's troops.
  • Civil cases are largely personal injury, damage to perishable goods by freezing or rain and loss by fire. Cited from The Boy with the U. S. Weather Men, by Francis William Rolt-Wheeler
  • Later, she shows Nathan her ability by freezing his glass.
  • Later, she shows Nathan her powers by freezing his glass.
  • They have facilities for preserving fish by freezing, allowing them to remain at sea for extended periods of time.
  • Sea ice covers much of the polar oceans and forms by freezing of sea water.
  • He had lost both legs to the knees by freezing, and he walked upon the stumps with considerable speed. Cited from Reminiscences of Sixty Years in Public Affairs, Vol. 1, George Boutwell
  • It has the ability to freely control ice by freezing moisture in any shape it wishes.
  • He finished by freezing a cup of tea for his own drinking, and retiring at his lowest temperature. Cited from Little Dorrit, by Charles Dickens
  • In others, they are friendly and helpful, frequently saving the lost from death by freezing.
  • The non-fresh guacamole that is most like fresh is preserved by freezing or sometimes high pressure packaging.
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