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  • Shortly before the story begins, a hand-to-hand battle has occurred on an icy plain.
  • The local police stopped many of the cars on their way up the hill due to the icy conditions.
  • The game was played on a cold icy field that would have a big impact on the game.
  • He took off his clothes and entered the icy water.
  • On one occasion the lamps went out and the water became icy cold.
  • Central European countries are also home to a major portion of top Icy Tower players.
  • Icy Tower records players's best results in built-in high-score tables.
  • His main features are his cold, icy blue eyes.
  • She was best known for giving her players an icy stare in response to poor play.
  • The former is known for vehicles going off the road into a neighbouring field during very icy weather.
  • He said it in the iciest tone he could manage this early in the morning. Cited from Planet of the Damned, by Harry Harrison
  • Further up, the path becomes rocky yet easy to walk on unless in icy conditions.
  • Lower cross slope increase the risk for loss-of-control at high speed when the surface is icy.
  • He has wide-set steel gray eyes that are icy, cruel and dangerous.
  • As she calls for them to join her, In the waters, icy blue.
  • Product with low quantities of air has a heavy, icy taste and appears more yellow.
  • One of the paintings on the wall is of an icy world with a large, red sun.
  • Every winter, it got flooded and changed into a wide icy plain.
  • Because the river was icy and the weather severe, the crossing proved dangerous.
  • It lives in areas that are not icy, especially on the northern peninsula.
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